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Overwhelmed And Unable To Cope With Life's Challenges? Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius Has Something To Tell You
Life in Ancient Greece and Rome was tough. Violent wars and terrible diseases were much more common. And yet, some philosophers - and even one emperor - have found a way to stay resilient and reasonably happy in those hard, unpredictable times
Their ideas, known as Stoicism, have stood the test of time. And they'll make you stronger and wiser than most modern-day popular psychology.
Interested? This book is the perfect introduction to Stoicism for beginners like you While listening to it, you'll learn the main practical takeaways of Stoicism without getting bogged down in theoretical arguments.
Here's a taste of what you'll find inside this Extended Version:
- The THREE things that will help you retain inner balance no matter what
- Time-proven step-by-step strategies for staying calm and clear-headed in difficult situations
- 55 Daily practices that will boost your resilience and help you manage stress and anxiety
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Or, if you still want to know more, check out these Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Does Stoicism imply that I shouldn't experience any emotions - even positive ones?
A: Stoicism is about being in control over your emotions so that you can consciously focus on experiencing joy and gratitude while minimizing emotions like anger and fear.
Q: Will Stoicism work for me if I have a mental health issue like anxiety or depression?
A: Yes Stoicism has a lot in common with cognitive-behavioral therapy, one of the most effective treatments for mood disorders.