Stress Relief Bible
- Step-by-Step Guide for Quick Stress Relief, Anxiety, Anger, Frustration, Self-Sabotage
- Narrated by: Rich McVicar
- Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-11-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: World First RE Oladayo Okeniyi
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Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Do you sometimes struggle to find the motivation to go to work? Believe it or not, there was a time when you weren't stressed! You can get back to that stage. Stress is a naturally occurring thing and can be good for us. But excessive stress is dangerous. Don't let your health be harmed just because of the lifestyle you're leading.
Can you imagine a life without stress?
A lot of people live their lives around work, commuting, and rushing to and from tasks. Imagine for a second that you could actually not be stressed. That you could simply enjoy the time you have instead of thinking about work and your other stresses.
Try putting your lifestyle first! Discover how to reevaluate your life and remove small stressors. Find out how to say no to things you don't have time for. Live a better life!
Why do you need to remove stress?
A lot of people listening to this audiobook will know exactly why they want to remove stress from their lives. Maybe it's impacting your relationship. Are you becoming short with your partner? Don't have the desire or energy to have sex? Maybe you're not paying enough attention to the relationship. Stress can also negatively impact our physical as well as mental health. If you're stressed you may find you suffer from any of the following symptoms:
Struggling to sleep
Sore and aching joints or muscles
Frequent crying or breakdowns
The good news is you can get through this. You are stronger than you think! This is simply a stage in your life - a tough one, but one that can be overcome. By taking the right steps toward a better future, you can remove small stressors from your life to relieve the pressure. After this you can start to make significant and beneficial changes. Live a better life.
Allow me to introduce you to the Stress Relief Bible. Discover how to put yourself first. How to overcome stress, deal with it when it arises, and, most importantly, how to remove unwanted stressors from your life without impacting the positives!
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By KP on 03-03-17
Could not finish this book. Rubbish.
I admire and respect all authors to a great degree. Because of this fact, when I read a book I do not like, I usually just skip doing a review or rating on the book. I feel like it's the kindest thing to do. The old "If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything" rule.
However, there were a few things in this book that really bothered me. These same things are the reason I stopped listening to the book at the less than half-way point.
First, the book strikes me as something anyone could have written after doing a couple of google searches on stress relief. When I see PhD in the author's title, I expect a lot more than that.
Then... As I'm listening, I'm hearing the author say if your really stressed at your job, you can always just quit your big corporate job and just go do something else like sack groceries for a living. (not a quote from the book, just what I came away thinking)
And while I'm listening to this I'm thinking, "Sure, theoretically I suppose you can, BUT..." But what about that house and car payment? What about sending your kids to college?
The author doesn't elaborate on that much... Except to go on to say you can always downsize the car and move in with a friend, or hey, why not move back home with your parents?
THATS when I stopped the book. Move home with your parents? Seriously?
I am a parent with grown children in their late 20's. I have been there for my kids and they know they always have a place to land if they need to move home for a while. However, as a parent who has put in the over 20 years of raising a kid into an adult, then paid for that kid's college, I will tell you 'move home with your parents' should not be a viable option in book about how to deal with stress. Guess what, parents have looked forward to getting the kids raised and having their own time alone afterward. Moving home with your parents might cause the person moving in to have less stress, but it's putting an enormous amount of stress onto the parents.
What I took away from listening to about half of this book is, "If it stresses you out, run away from it." And, "Change your life into what is stress-free for you. Even if it may be causing a lot of undue stress to your friends and family."
This book is rubbish.