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ARE YOU READY TO PUT AN END TO STRESS?
How To Break the Stress Habit is a no nonsense, step-by-step guide that teaches you how to break the stress habit and eliminate it from your life. For good. Regardless of how long you've been experiencing stress and anxiety, you can finally be free!
How To Break the Stress Habit arms you with the knowledge and principles for success in eliminating stress. I'll share the proven solutions and the research to back it up that'll get you from stress-filled to stress-free in this conversational, action-oriented eBook. This quick read is packed with motivation, affirmations, and activities to easily understand and implement immediately for lasting results.
With How To Break the Stress Habit, you'll experience:
★ Peace of mind
★ Envigorating calm
★ A revived sense of ability
★ Inspired motivation
★ Reunion with your younger self
If you're serious about uncovering your originating stress factor and eliminating them and putting an end to your stress and anxiety this book is for you.
This guide does not teach you how to live comfortably with stress. The actions in this guide are to be implemented during your regular daily activities. No yoga, no running, no meditating required.
You may find you have more free time, restful sleep, and a general feeling of “lifted spirits,” which may lead to more energy while happily at play.
"...I love the straight-forwardness of it all, there really is no beating around the bush with this guide to beating stress... I would recommend this book to anybody wanting to tackle their obsessive stressing head on..." ~ Niamh Banner ~ Reedsy
LOVED IT! ★★★★
No nonsense, straight to the point guidance on how to set yourself free from being bogged down with worry.
The book is so conversational in tone it is almost as if you have the author right in front of you telling you how it is. I love the straight-forwardness of it all, there really is no beating around the bush with this guide to beating stress. It is not about managing or coping, it really does center on quashing fears and emotional burden. I found it very thought-provoking, as relieving yourself of bad habits such as over-thinking or over-worrying really does allow you to have more productive, happier free time. The book is packed with affirmations, inspirational quotes, informal language and plenty of motivational optimism for the reader. Even at the very end of the book, the author has included some brilliant illustrations with positive quotes and affirmations for the reader to remind themselves of what they are dedicated to achieving.
The author certainly expresses some interesting opinions and theories on how and why people allow stress to become a part of their lives. Money, relationships and work tend to be the main contributing factors here. The idea of metaphysics is discussed to help explain how people can overcome their bad habits physically and even spiritually. The book also stresses the importance of self-affirmations when it comes to restoring confidence and breaking bad habits. I especially liked the three columned sheet provided for readers to apply what they have learned in a proactive manner, where they can write down their triggers, thoughts, affirmations and mantras. These are great resources and I would recommend this book to anybody wanting to tackle their obsessive stressing head on.
Despite the fact that there is a lot packed into this book in terms of lessons, activities and content in general, the book is actually quite brief and does not take up much of the reader's time. So there is no excuse after reading it for you to not get on with life with a fresh attitude towards taking control of your bad habits!
Niamh Banner ~ Reedsy