Thursday, June 28, 2012

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye To Stress....Review & Give Away!

I have a new Chicken Soup for the Soul book to tell you about today....Chicken Soup for the Soul:  Say Goodbye to Stress.  Here is the scoop...

Manage Your Problems, Big and Small, Every Day
Inspiring Chicken Soup for the Soul stories and accessible leading-edge medical information from Dr. Jeff Brown of Harvard Medical School. We all have stress in our lives. What differentiates us is how we handle it. The combination of these stories, from people who have learned how to manage stress, and Dr. Brown's practical advice, will have you wondering what you were worried about! Who knew there were so many easy ways to manage your stress?

I have long been a fan of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.  The short and inspiring stories are always a good pick me up or way help find perspective in challenging times.  This book is a little different. There are still inspiring and motivating stories but there is also practical advise from a doctor to help you manage stress...wherever it is coming from.  It is a sad fact of life, but so many of us live under a great deal of stress from home or work or a combination of both and we don't have the tools to handle our stress in a positive way.  Say Goodbye To Stress helps you to get a handle on what is stressing you and provides you with tools you can really use to help ease your mind.  This one sits on my bedside table so I can pick it up for a refresher when my mind starts to spin with stressful thoughts.  This is a wonderful book that I can happily recommend.  Pick up your copy today....

I am so pleased to tell you that THREE lucky RBM readers will win a copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul:  Say Goodbye to Stress!  Thanks so much to the sponsor and here is how to enter... a Rafflecopter giveaway

55 comments:

Anonymous said...

Stop listening to the irrational things I say to myself. Oh, and forgiveness...to yourself and others.
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Daniel M said...

exercise! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

akronugurl said...

i listen to music to relax

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Ashley W. said...

I go sit in a quiet room, do some yoga, or have a glass of wine.

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Anonymous said...

I take a pen or very sharp pencil and make "angry art". I just make lines on the paper and sometimes poke through the paper and depending on the colors I use, it turns out to be really beautiful.

Kat's Fantastical World said...

I go for a walk just to get out of the house and in the fresh air. I also like to read, draw, or garden.

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mrsshukra said...

Watching TV

Anonymous said...

I try to take a deep breath and imagine myself somewhere else.


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janetfaye said...

I go for daily walks.

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corey1971 said...

Try to always have "me time" (which I normally use to enter contests :)) (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

Katie R. said...

My best tip for managing stress is to get in at least 30 minutes of exercise each day.

ec1015 said...

I try to manage stess by getting in a little me time.
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Jenilee said...

Music!

bellz said...

I turn on Jerry or Maury for a few moments. OSmetimes its just good to know it could be worse I could be on jerry and the laugh helps too

Natalie said...

Best tip I have: meditation, even if it's just for 2 minutes each morning and night

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Melissa said...

Prayer
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Shelley said...

I try to take some me time. I like to read after the kids go to bed.
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Jules(: said...

I read my Bible :)

Karin said...

Take a nap

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I try to get sleep! So hard...

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Terri Menke said...

It sounds silly but I need to remember to "breathe". I take a deep breath.

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Savingwith Saveone said...

Listening to music.
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Tamar said...

music!!!!!

Stacie said...

Drinking. Oh. NO? Kidding!! Walk away momentarily, reassess, readjust, etc.
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susan1215 said...

I love to read to relieve stress

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Anonymous said...

Adopt a shelter dog. They are great stress relievers, and wonderful friends. hanovertomato at yahoo dot com

amymarie2777 said...

I try to make sure I have at least a little time to myself every day.

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

Take a bubble bath
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Chrystal said...

Take time out everyday to unwind and relax.

CAJUNMAN12 said...

Always be patient, rational, and pray

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Mandy Kauffman said...

I always manage stress better when I have time to exercise! This is a tough one for me these days though... Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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Debbie said...

Sleeping or Closing myself up in my room is my best way to manage stress

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Carolyn Daley said...

A nice hot bath, reading a book for an hour, or simply having an hour of down time laying on the couch and watching some TV.

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theladya said...

I like to read to relieve stress. It takes me to a different world where other people have problems and not me. : ) ~ Angie Bailey

Diana said...

Having alone time early in the morning relieves my stress
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Erin Cook said...

Learn to breathe , it slows your heart rate and decreases the adrelaline.
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susansmoaks said...

i exercise to relieve stress
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Julia B. said...

Exercise! I brisk walk does wonders for me!

brendaelsner said...

I try to just relax and make myself sit down for a few minutes.

daveshir2005 said...

To take a few moments daily that are just for me.

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Derek Timm said...

Simply taking a deep breath!

Juleemm said...

I like to read a "real" book.

Jim said...

a nice meal helps me relax

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Lisa said...

Have some free time for yourself

Atreau said...

I exercise to relieve stress.