“Stay Calm and Content is impressively well written and stylishly presented. It is an unconventional clearinghouse approach to self-help topics that has the potential to help readers navigate a variety of issues more confidently. It deserves a wide audience.”
“An engaging self-esteem handbook, refreshingly devoid of clinical jargon, friendly in tone, and never stuffy.”
Stay Calm and Content contains enough fresh wisdom to ensure that most readers will come away with valuable new ideas to apply in their own lives.”
ISBN 13 (TP): 9781477234877
ISBN 13 (eBook): 9781477234884
Are you sometimes stressed, anxious, or emotional?
Do you ever feel something is missing, even when you think you should be happy?
Are there people with whom you don’t get on well, but wish you did?
Have you ever wondered why you behave a certain way, do or don’t do certain things, or have done something you now regret?
The author’s clients suggested this book be written so that anyone could find encouragement and new ideas within its pages. Personal short-stories highlight how you can control or change how you feel about yourself and how you can positively influence your life and the lives of everyone around you.
It is not a typical self-help book, you don’t need to have a ‘problem to solve’, this book is for everyone.
Using straight-forward, jargon-free language Stay Calm and Content freely discusses many of the challenging issues of life, most of which are likely to affect us, or our loved ones at some point in our lives. It includes stress, marriage, family relationships, affairs, work, parenting, sibling rivalry, motherhood, divorce, teenagers, arguments, criticism, depression, communication, childhood, bullying, chronic pain, self-harm, addiction, suicide, bereavement, kindness, abuse, the battle of the sexes, and more.
People who find a way to stay calm and content no matter what life might throw at them all have similar thoughts, behaviours, and attributes, which can be learnt by anyone, this book shows you how. The central theme is self-esteem and how it is affected every day by our circumstances and the people we come across. We are usually unaware that it is our self-esteem that drives our emotions, thoughts, and actions.
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