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Overview With insight gleaned from her experience as a certified behavioral consultant, Pegues uncovers the surprising causes of stress and reveals simple, lifechanging cures that will release readers from worry and will increase their sense of purpose, direction, contentment, and freedom. 144 p.
Deborah Smith Pegues, bestselling author of "30 Days to Taming Your Tongue" (over 500,000 copies sold), leads readers to tame their stress and exchange it for peace in just one month's time.
With insight gleaned from her experience as a certified behavioral consultant, Deborah uncovers the surprising causes of stress and reveals simple, life-changing cures, such as
extending grace, mercy, and respect to others
telling the truth and striving to do the right thing
accepting yourself and being able to laugh at yourself
deleting stress-related words from your vocabulary
reciting Scripture affirmations daily
This spiritual and practical offering will release readers from worry and will increase their sense of purpose, direction, contentment, and freedom.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.06" Width: 4.24" Height: 0.38" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2007
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736918353 ISBN13 9780736918350
Availability 0 units.
More About Deborah Smith Pegues
Deborah Smith Pegues is a certified behavioral consultant, Bible teacher, and international speaker. She has written 16 transformational books, including the bestselling 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue (over one million sold worldwide) and Emergency Prayers. She and her husband, Darnell, have been married nearly 40 years.
Reviews - What do customers think about 30 Days To Taming Your Stress?
Find peace, reduce stress Jun 4, 2007
Reviewed by Regan Windsor for Reader Views (5/07)
There are few people who are unaffected by stress; for all the rest of us "30 Days to Taming Your Stress" is an essential guidebook! Divided into 30 chapters, or days, each chapter provides behavioral changes aimed at reducing stress. Some suggestions impact both mind and body stress, including getting enough sleep, nourishing your body, and getting physical. Some, however, are less obvious, such as laughing, stopping `stress-speak,' and changing small behaviors that may be self-sabotaging (which includes those big purses that result in the stress of not being able to find something when you need it!).
The first chapter covers "Identifying Your Stressors." "The pressures do not necessarily have to be negative to have a negative impact on our bodies, nor must they be things that are obvious." By paying attention and listing your stressors you are in a better position to make changes to alleviate or cope with the stress they are causing, or if they are something you have control over, find a way to change the situation or your behavior.
The second chapter discusses "Securing Your Foundation." "The base is our spiritual foundation, which consists primarily of prayer and the Word of God. The legs represent the financial, relational, mental, and physical aspects of our lives. Each leg must be strongly connected to our spiritual base in order for it to stand and be strong."
The remaining chapters provide simple and effective ways to introduce small changes in order to make a big difference in managing stress. Some examples include living by your guiding principles (values), scheduling your day wisely, learning how to delegate, enjoying the present, and learning to say no.
Each chapter ends with a sentence prayer incorporating the teachings of the chapter through reflection and meditation, asking the Lord to help provide guidance in our daily struggle to reduce stress through self understanding and growth.
"30 Days to Taming Your Stress" provides short, but highly-effective, chapters. This book's daily commitment is small in comparison to the return of an increased sense of peace and a reduced level of stress. This is one book you will want to keep on your bedside table as you will return to its gentle reminders again and again as you feel the need to "tame your stress."