Release Your Stress and Reclaim Your Life
My latest book has now been released. It offers you a guided journey through the world of stress. Here is what you will discover on our journey:
- My personal bouts with stress.
- What stress is.
- Where it comes from, invited or uninvited.
- How it affects your body, mind, emotions and soul.
- How to avoid stress.
- How to face it head-on.
- How to transform it into something useful.
- How stress benefits you.
- The future of stress.
My style is informal and conversational with a few bows to necessary scientific topics.Along the way I will offer you what I call “life lab lessons,” practical tips to help you deal with your stress.
What readers say:
Reading this book will take only a few hours of your time, but it may very well result in improvements to your physical, mental, and emotional health.~Bill Cahaney~
It was helpful to me because I can control the way I view stress better…especially the tough, dark, unexpected forms of stress. I can manage it better also…much like “budgeting money” as he made reference to.~Beth Allen~
Various types of stress were well defined and easy to understand. Joe’s conversational writing style makes the book easy to read. His tips for managing stress and life lab lessons make this book a useful tool to manage stress in your life. ~Jane Frye~
In today’s very fast paced world, there are many stresses in every day life. This book is a very well written book. It does an excellent job of defining different types of stress, as well as how to learn to cope with it. Life lab lessons offer way’s to examine, understand and improve your own situation.~Carol B.~
Ending each chapter there are a few questions that you can ask yourself that pertains to the chapter you just read. These questions can help facilitate identification and management of your stress.This is reader ‘friendly’, grounded and a very good read. ~M.E.Schneider~
As he discusses each one he lists the things you need to think about and also practical exercises you can perform. These are important tools you can use to handle problems and grow from them rather than being a sitting duck, unknowingly allowing the difficulties to weigh you down and make you unhappy. ~Dolly~
This book expertly explains the relationship between stress and it’s physiological effect on your personal well being. It is also very insightful the way it reveals why and how we react to different traumatic events in our lives. ~John Caccamise~
The questions at the end of each chapter are a helpful guide for the reader to apply information to oneself. I feel everyone can profit the the author’s insights. ~Judy Roberts~
For me, the chapter on spirituality was especially helpful. I almost skipped it because I don’t consider myself spiritual. I never could, for example, grasp the idea of a soul – one that exists in the after- life. (I can’t say souls don’t exist. Maybe they do, but if so I have no idea, what they are like.) But now I’m glad I read that chapter because, if, as suggested by the author, one’s soul is the part of you that acknowledges, you are not the center of the universe, and are instead, an integral part of the human race, and as such you have a duty to act responsibly to assist your fellow man, to achieve the highest common good, then I must be spiritual, because, that responsibility, in my opinion, defines the essence of humanity. ~Bob Fussell~
Sample or purchase Release Your Stress and Reclaim Your Life , available in E-book or paperback format from Amazon