This is a very helpful new guide to give you relief from stress in general, and from the specific pressures and stresses that come from having debt paying worries and being in debt, in particular. It is the only book that deals with stress induced by money problems.
Stress can do a lot of serious damage to your body in ways that remain undetected until you are severely ill. Examples are heart disease and stroke, and even cancers have been linked to stress. All that is in addition to stress doing damage to your mind and emotions, that could lead to mental disorders, and even suicide. So this guide could literally be a lifesaver for you. It is around 50 pages of extremely useful information. That’s deliberate, because a longer text-book format would not be as handy or readable and useful.
This book does not, for the most part, reveal new or shatteringly innovative facts. Instead, but importantly, it gives you an excellent overview of stress, and how to handle it to give yourself relief, based on stress related to financial problems. It gives lots of tips, methods, explanations, cures—so that reading it will give you insight into your own stress and how to handle it. This guide is presented in a laid back, understandable and even humorous way. Just reading it will relax you.
Following and actually doing its suggestions will give you relief from your stress. Use this guide to help you, but also use it as a reference. It’s easy to slide into our old bad habits, especially if we’re under pressure and stress. That’s why it’s so important to keep this guide handy and to refer back to it from time to time. It’s easy to forget ways to handle our stress, or to relieve it—for the very reason that we’re stressed. So don’t just read this guide—refer back to it, and use it.
I refer back to it frequently, at least once a week. I need a reminder. I need to tone down my tendency to be a workaholic, guzzling coffee, and working late into the night. Then being sleep deprived. Then becoming more stressed. I use this guide to unstress and to make me more human. It can help you that way too. If you were my brother, and you were stressed from bill paying worries, or from being in debt, I’d say to you: “get this book now!”