Finding a Panacea for Stress
by Shiv Dhawan
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 102
This book is not just another casual airport lounge reading self-help book. It is different from the current body of knowledge in the stress management domain. It is a sort of operating manual for life itself. The panacea for stress-moving from distress to de-stress, lies in working on the root cause for stress. It illustrates how people irrespective of colour, creed, nationality and gender can control emotions, attitudes, thoughts and lifestyle to overcome stress, by understanding its causes, and changes needed in order to acquire the appropriate personality traits.
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