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You can reduce stress and enjoy your life! Homemaker, career woman, wife, supermom—sometimes the roles you have to fill all at once can get to be too much. Internationally known psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman has seen scores of women who are overcome by stress. With humor, insight, and practical solutions, this best-selling author helps you manage the six stress points in your life: kids, career, husband, housework, money, and crammed schedules.
You'll learn how to check your stress quotient, the simple secret to reducing stress, the wonders of using reality discipline with your kids, ways to beat the superwoman syndrome, and how to cope with two careers—at work and at home. Listen to this audiobook and find out how to begin enjoying a more serene lifestyle by making stress work for you.
©2011 Dr. Kevin Leman (P)2011 Oasis
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By Karen on 06-04-11

He assumes you're married to an idiot!

This is the last Dr. Leman book I plan on buying -- ever. If there were any pearls of wisdom in this book, they were overshadowed by his assumption that every husband out there is a selfish dolt, which in my case is certainly not true. It's not just this book that I have found offensive, but all his books dealing with the husband/wife relationship. He constantly puts men down, and his attitude makes it impossible to take his work seriously. If your husband is a childish simpleton who only thinks about going to work, how he can get out of housework, lounging while at home, and avoiding your children, then perhaps this book is for you. But if you have that much against you, Lord help you!

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By Mary4226 on 05-19-16

Some good nuggets - worth a read

What did you like best about Stopping Stress Before It Stops You? What did you like least?

I didn't care for the person reading the book at all. But getting over that I did gain some information about preventing stress, taking care of myself and not trying to have it all (which is a harsh reality - something has to give and it shouldn't always be us but it is). I will say it was a bit of spouse bashing in the examples. It's never that black and white at our house, so those were not valuable and almost sounded like doormats versus partnerships. I am glad I bought it though.

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