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Other titles in the God Knows series:
God Knows You're Stressed: Simple Ways to Restore Your Balance (God Knows)by Anne Bryan Smollin
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The "God Knows" series focuses on a question, problem, or concern personally encountered in contemporary society. Each "God knows" book will:
-- State a Question, Problem, or Concern and assist readers to clearly define and understand its real meaning in their life
-- Enable readers to appreciate how others have fared and responded in like situations through shared stories and thought-provoking insight
-- Offer simple and practical suggestions, exercises or activities to assist readers to put the matter in perspective and enhance their quality of life
Subsequent "God Knows" titles will focus on: Grandparenting, Conflict, Aging, Work, Mid-Life, and more.
In "God Knows" You're Stressed, Anne Bryan Smollin explains that the inevitabilities of life do not have to cause stress if "we treat ourselves with more kindness, laugh more, play more, breathe more deeply, rest more soundly, hold hurts more loosely." With inspiring stories, wisdom and helpful activities that keep life's little trials and larger tribulations in proper perspective, she shows how to do just that.
Each of the 12 chapters offers proven ways to help avoid those pitfalls — from saying no to people and activities that demand more than you have to give, to maintaining a feeling of control over potentially stressful situations.
Most of all, though, "God Knows" You're Stressed shows how to relax in mind and body and feel healthier and more peaceful in the process.
- Addresses a contemporary issue and helps readers clearly define and understand its real meaning in their lives
- Uses shared stories and thoughtful insights to demonstrate how others have handled similar issues
- Offers practical suggestions and exercises to help readers put the issue in perspective and find solutions that work
This book demonstrates that it is not the things that happen in life that causes stress, but that it's a person's reaction to those things that causes stress. With inspiring stories, wisdom and helpful activities that keep trials and tribulations in proper perspective, the author offers proven ways to help avoid pitfalls and maintain a feeling of control over potentially stressful situations.
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