How to Reduce Stress
30 June 2015, 12:25PM
Stress is a modern killer which, if left unchallenged, contributes to illness and premature death.
How to Reduce Stress reveals new and exciting ways of working with and managing stress, these newly identified techniques will add to individual personal wellbeing.
The main aim of the book is to give the reader the mental tools that will allow them to immediately reduce stress. By understanding how the ego personality states interact with other areas of the human mind, people gain control and work with their physiology; this control helps them to create a balanced-life, reduce stress and gives life quality and meaning.
Written by Christine Thompson-Wells, a well known author who specializes in human development and lifestyle psychology, How to Reduce Stress goes into great depth about emotional intelligence and its role in self, family and work. In addition, the book identifies new research which explores the Stress Monitor and each person’s Centre of Intelligence.
When readers learn to work with their mind, the world can become an oyster for personal experiences leading to better health, life stability, personal growth and the doors that were once closed can become an open pathway and opportunity.
How To Reduce Stress, can help and support those people who are facing dilemmas, challenges and changes happening in their lives.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Christine Thompson-Wells studied at the University of Canberra and ajored in Psychology. She later went on to write many books on how the human mind works within many disciplines. While living in the UK she wrote on many areas of personal wellbeing. She has given regular talks on BBC radio and has appeared on BBC Television. She has been featured in UK national newspapers and magazines. Christine is currently based in Mooloolaba, Queensland.
How to Reduce Stress is available from www.exislepublishing.co.nz and wherever good books are sold. RRP $ 29.99