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Stress Busting Through Personal Empowerment
Stress Busting Through Personal Empowerment
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Stress Busting Through Personal Empowerment

Thomas F. Holcomb, George John Cheponis, Richard J. Hazler, Eileen McPhillips Portner
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Stress Busting Through Personal Empowerment

Thomas F. Holcomb, George John Cheponis, Richard J. Hazler, Eileen McPhillips Portner
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Excessive stress has become one of the world's leading health hazards, taking its toll on loved ones, friends and co-workers. Through books, magazines and newspaper articles, people are constantly exposed to the problem - but are not shown how to affect their own personal solution. Hard work, commitment and personalisation of problem areas are the keys to successful stress busting. Showing how to do the necessary work in a personalised format, this workbook provides varied exercises to help reach the goal of mastering stress. The authors feel that every individual can develop Personal Empowerment Skills - basic talents, abilities, and coping strategies that everyone has at their personal disposal - once they realise they are responsible and in control of their lives.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2013
ISBN
9781135059217
Topic
Psychology
Subtopic
History & Theory in Psychology
Edition
1

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