Do You Mean, I'm Stressed?"
and Managing Your Stress
Stress related absenteeism is a concern for all employers. This book
will give your employees a good introduction on what stress is, how to
recognize it and how to manage it. Author Martin Lesperance, a fire fighter/paramedic
has seen the terrible results of unmanaged stress in hundreds of people.
Martin writes in an easy to read and humorous manner. The quotes throughout
the book will keep you entertained and anxious to read the next page.
This 64 page softcover book deals with the stress found in everyday life.
Topics covered include:
- What is stress?
- Short term and long term stress
- Good stress
- Bad stress
- The cost of stress
- What stress does to your body
- Managing stress
- Reducing worry
- Accepting change
- Being assertive
- Asking for help and much more
This book is a must for any organization and can help reduce stress-related
Here's what people are saying about "What Do You Mean I'm Stressed?"
"Once again, Martin uses everyday language to communicate an
important message that all of us can take to heart"
-David L. Hall, Ph.D.
"What Do You Mean, I'm Stressed?" is an easy-to-read
and understand book on how to identify and manage one's stresses and
enjoy a higher quality lifestyle. It is a book that should be kept in
a handy place, referenced often and shared with others."
- Dr. June Donaldson, author of "Emotional Smarts! Redefining
Personal and Professional Competence"
Bravo! At last, a great book on a subject that affects everyone in
this fast paced world."
- Gordon Hay, air traffic controller
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