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How to Deal with Stress (Creating Success) Paperback – 3 Apr 2007
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"A comprehensive therapeutic tool for both counselor and client to draw upon...A handy little gem for any counselor today." -- Counseling at Work
"A most useful book for today's business environment...A practical self-coaching handbook for both home and office. It will help you to get back in charge of your life." -- Business Executive
"An easy read and could give you the chance of a better work-life balance." -- Accounting Technician
"Will help readers develop an action plan for managing stress."
-- SciTech Book News, September 2007
'you'll discover a calmer new you'
-- PQ Magazine - April 2007
A no-nonsense guide to controlling stress and achieving a healthy work-life balance
Shows the reader how to identify and deal with the causes of stress - as well as how to manage stress day-to-day
Part of the phenomenally successful Creating Success series, published in association with the Sunday Times, which has sold over 400,000 copies since launch
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10 May 2010
I bought this book because I think I am suffering from long term stress. I found the book interesting, but not really much use for me in my situation. The book often talks about stressful situations such as giving a presentation. I think it may provide some useful advice for people who find themselves in this tpe of situation, however for those like me who have ongoing perpetual stress and have already been through the obvious options, then I think it isn't much use and is too basic. It also talks about the work situation and speaking to your boss or health and safety department, again OK if you have a good work structure, but my boss just told me to deal with it when I spoke to him. Again I found the advice rather basic and obvious. But maybe for some it is the advice they need as they aren't aware of this route.