Quickly and easily find relief for your stress!
Stress has become a near-universal experience as well as a rising public health concern. Therapist, wellness coach, and stress management writer Elizabeth Scott presents easy strategies for dealing with life’s stressors. According to many measures, people today are dealing with stress in greater quantity and severity than in the past several decades, and this is taking a toll on our collective wellness. Scott distills information about stress management into central ideas and strategies for anyone to use. These include learning to reduce the stress response and stressors, practicing long-term resilience habits, and putting positive psychology research into action.
These various perspectives provide a multilayered framework for understanding stress and approaching stress management that is inspirational, action-oriented, and backed by foundational and recent knowledge in the field. The quick-to-read “8 keys” format can be utilized on many levels so that busy listeners can quickly find relief from stress.
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“In an easy-to-read and understandable style, Elizabeth Scott offers a blend of ancient tradition and modern science along with practical advice for dealing with everyday stress. This book is a useful, practical, and comprehensive guide that helps the reader find healthy ways to live life more fully.” (Howard Blumenfeld, PhD, mindfulness-based stress reduction teacher)
“I have never seen a more incisive approach to stress reduction and management. The eight-keys format is friendly and easy to use, with down-to-earth examples from daily life. Theoretically sound, eminently practical, and unequivocal without being rigid, this book presents an effective strategy for virtually any real-life situation.” (Emery J. Cummins, emeritus professor of counseling, San Diego State University)
“8 Keys to Stress Management does an exemplary job of simplifying and explaining stress, addressing its physical and psychological aspects while providing practical examples of how to manage it. Elizabeth Scott reminds us that, while we can’t control all stressors, we can control our attitude, and this alone helps us to manage stress better.” (Pamela Gail Johnson, founder, Secret Society of Happy People)
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