All Stressed Up and Nowhere to Go

All Stressed Up and Nowhere to Go

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All Stressed Up and Nowhere to Go

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Book Type Paperback
ISBN 9780893343521
Author Bill Crawford
Publisher Green Dragon Books
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Looking for a way out from under the stress that’s all around us? This book is your guide for the journey. Not your typical stress-management book, All Stressed Up & Nowhere to Go — based upon Dr. Bill Crawford's PBS special — gives you a practical, down-to-earth guide to dealing with all those situations and people that seem to drive you crazy. Along the way, you’ll learn to become personally more influential so that stress stops becoming a problem, and instead becomes a valuable element of your life. Crawford offers all this in a humorous, informal, easy-to-read format designed to help you regain control and become more effective, powerful and happier in all aspects of your life. You’ll find how to:

-Deal more effectively with stressful situations
-Create a life with less stress in the first place
-Create a purposeful life
-Create more serenity in your life
-Change the chemical makeup of your body to cope with stress
-Choose the energy that drives your choices and decisions
-Develop the courage to become the person you want to be
What readers are saying about this book:
“A delightful, practical, empowering book filled with spiritual nuggets that will help you change your attitudes about yourself and others.”
— Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D. Author, Love is Letting Go of Fear
Additional Information

Additional Information

Book Type Paperback
ISBN 9780893343521
Author Bill Crawford
Publisher Green Dragon Books
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Delightful and Empowering
A delightful, practical, empowering book filled with spiritual nuggets that will help you change your attitudes about yourself and others. Review by Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D., Author / (Posted on 6/22/2017)

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