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Stress and Freedom

Stress and Freedom Author Peter Sloterdijk
ISBN-10 0745699286
Release 2015-12-07
Pages 80
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In this short book Peter Sloterdijk offers a genealogy of the concept of freedom from Ancient Greece to the present day. This genealogy is part of a broader theory of the large political body, according to which Sloterdijk argues that political communities arise in response to a form of anxiety or stress. Through a highly original reading of Rousseauï¿1⁄2s late Reveries of a Solitary Walker, Sloterdijk shows that, for Rousseau, the modern subject emerges as a subject free of all stress, unburdened by the cares of the world. Most of modern philosophy, and above all German Idealism, is an attempt to reign back Rousseauï¿1⁄2s useless and anarchical subject and anchor it in the cares of the world, in the task of having to produce both the world and itself. In the light of this highly original account, Sloterdijk develops his own distinctive account of freedom, where freedom is conceptualized as the availability for the improbable. This important text, in which Sloterdijk develops his account of freedom and the modern subject, will be of great interest to students and scholars in philosophy and the humanities and to anyone interested in contemporary philosophy and critical theory.

Freedom from Stress

Freedom from Stress Author Phil Nuernberger
ISBN-10 0893890642
Release 1981-01-01
Pages 268
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Dr. Nuernberger provides a holistic view of stress and human functioning. He shows how you can learn to take conscious control of your life to regain physical and mental balance.

Conscious Calm

Conscious Calm Author Laura Maciuika
ISBN-10 1937749029
Release 2011-10
Pages 180
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When you are stressed and worried, looking for lasting stress relief can be overwhelming. There is so much information it's hard to know where to start and what to do. Conscious Calm makes it simple. This book focuses on the internal patterns of stress that often go unnoticed, and shows you how to undo those patterns so that lasting calm becomes possible. Conscious Calm reveals 9 Stress Secrets that keep us stuck in stress, and 9 Conscious Calm Keys to experiencing stress relief and peace of mind. Integrating science and wisdom from both East and West, Conscious Calm explains the inner stress traps that so many of us fall into, and provides a step by step, practical guide to lasting calm, inner peace and greater happiness.

Enjoy Freedom from Financial Stress

Enjoy Freedom from Financial Stress Author Kathy Kline Danner
ISBN-10 9781607912002
Release 2009-02
Pages 164
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EnJOY Freedom From Financial Stress Whether you are a SAHM (stay-at-home mom) or a WAHM (work-at-home mom) or a Super Mom (who is doing it all), just finding the time to match a year's worth of mystery-colored socks can steal your joy. The last thing you need is the crushing weight of financial stress! Become a JAHM (Joy @ Home Mom) and use this book to: Choose a level of budgeting for moms: Crawler . . . Walker . . . Runner Start out a bargain crawler, become a coupon-clipping walker, OR go straight from being a crawler to a runner; and then become a debt-free runner and run all the way to the bank! [Live on one income [Attack your budget [Climb out of debt [Transition into a WAHM [Learn five ways to reclaim the JOY [Draw closer to the true source of JOY Being a PB & JAHM mom is about bringing JOY into your home using tips and ideas that are SIMPLE, FUN, FRUGAL, and WHOLESOME, just like a PB&J. Sustenance for moms! Become a JOY @ Home Mom.

Fear Phobias and Freedom

Fear  Phobias and Freedom Author Dan Brooks
ISBN-10 9781452560052
Release 2012-10
Pages 188
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This book can forever change how you think about your inner fears. Based on field studies and the author's own life experience, Fear, Phobias, and Freedom will take you on a fantastic journey of discovering the root of all fear and how it affects every cell in your body. This book, written from the perspective of the layperson, can help you discover how every thought you have, positive or negative, has a lasting chemical reaction in the body. When we learn how to let go of fear and stress, we can alter the outcome of our health and happiness. We will guide you on a comprehensive journey in understanding the two base ingredients of all fears and phobias. You will be shown how your fear is used by others to control your daily life. This step-by-step guide is designed to build your understanding of fear and then effective techniques that will give you actual results and put you on the path to true happiness.

Freedom from Stress

Freedom from Stress Author David Gamow
ISBN-10 0944435602
Release 2006-08-01
Pages 202
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Freedom from Stress has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Freedom from Stress also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Freedom from Stress book for free.

Freedom from Stress and Anxiety

Freedom from Stress and Anxiety Author David McRae
ISBN-10 0994279159
Release 2016-08-27
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Freedom from Stress and Anxiety has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Freedom from Stress and Anxiety also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Freedom from Stress and Anxiety book for free.

An Exploration of Factors Contributing to Stress and Burnout in Male Hispanic Middle School Teachers

An Exploration of Factors Contributing to Stress and Burnout in Male Hispanic Middle School Teachers Author Elias Rodriguez
ISBN-10 9781581123685
Release 2007-08-01
Pages 176
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The purpose of the study was to examine, through narrative, contributing factors which lead to burnout in three Hispanic middle school teachers in a school in South Texas that is predominantly Hispanic. Burnout, in this work, was understood to be the experience of excessive stress and anxiety which accompanies teachers' inabilities to cope with environmental stressors present in their workplaces. While this term served to introduce the study, the participants defined their experiences of burnout in their own words (Clandinin & Connelly, 2000; Merriam, 1998). While the exact impact of teacher burnout on student achievement is unknown, it is clearly detrimental for the well being of the individual teacher and presumably to those around him or her, including students. Different factors such as teacher's attitudes towards perceived stressors, administrative support, classroom discipline, and physical environment were characterized. The researcher additionally used personal experiences and reflections in conjunction with existing scholarship on the subject in order to illuminate the stories. Stories were framed within different contexts (Clandinin & Connelly, 2000).The research in large part followed the narrative thread of the responses that the participants provided, resulting in the themes of the study. Teachers candidly discussed their thoughts and opinions about stressful factors. Although the stories of each of the teachers included different reasons for burnout, within which the temporal nature of burnout was revealed, as well as the angst of teachers trying to relate their careers to their lives, it was apparent that burnout is an essential problem in this Hispanic teaching community. From this work, scholars and practitioners should be able to gather a sense of what a few bilingual South Texas teachers experience in their workplaces.

Stress and Adjustment

Stress and Adjustment Author Paul W. Gulgowski, PhD
ISBN-10 9781483409221
Release 2014-03-17
Pages 80
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Whether you've just lost a job, gotten divorced, or are dealing with the troubles of everyday life, the stress that results can take a toll on your mind and body. You must learn how to cope if you want to be healthy and happy. Paul W. Gulgowski, PhD, examines techniques that enable you to modify psychological and cognitive responses to stress, thereby lessening its toll on the body and mind. Adjusting to stress can help you: avoid physical illness that can follow considerable stress; cope with environmental factors such as noise and crowding if you live in the city and isolation and the effects of bad weather if you live in the country; and accept and react to uncontrollable events that interrupt life. We cannot always control our environment, but we can take steps to cope with the inevitable stresses of life. Stress and Adjustment offers techniques to help you modify your psychological and cognitive responses to stress and make it easier for you to cope.

Ease into Freedom

Ease into Freedom Author William A. Frey
ISBN-10 9780996569705
Release 2016-02-23
Pages 140
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In Ease into Freedom: Keys for Reducing Stress and Unlocking Your Potential, author William A. Frey--who has studied stress management since the 1970s--provides 53 concrete, easy-to-implement tips for handling stress skillfully. From breathing and sitting techniques to managing time to applying mindfulness to various aspects of life, Ease into Freedom teaches one new tip per week, plus a bonus tip, to keep you going all year long.

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Author Linda Lehrhaupt
ISBN-10 9781608684793
Release 2017-02-13
Pages 232
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Practicing mindfulness helps us meet life’s challenges with gentleness and clarity. By fully engaging in the present moment as best we can, we nurture our capacity to approach difficulties with less judgment and water the seeds of wisdom and openheartedness in ourselves. This book offers a concise and thorough immersion in the eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course developed by Dr. Jon Kabat­-Zinn. It features straightforward instruction in the main exercises of MBSR — sitting meditation, walking meditation, eating meditation, yoga, body scan, and informal, everyday practices. MBSR has been shown to help alleviate symptoms associated with chronic illness, anxiety, pain, burnout, cancer, and other stress-related conditions. The authors, two leading MBSR teacher trainers, provide step-by-step instructions as well as illustrative real-life examples. Readers embarking on a course in MBSR will find clear guidance, trainers will gain a valuable tool for their teaching, and anyone experiencing or receiving treatment for challenges of mind, body, or spirit will find practical, inspirational help.

Fortune Freedom

Fortune   Freedom Author Jim Hirshfield
ISBN-10 9780979812705
Release 2008
Pages 145
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If you are considering pursuing an entrepreneurial enterprise or already stand at the helm of one, here is information that will help you reach your goals with ease and confidence. Fortune and Freedom: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Success, starts with ideas for people just beginning their business life and ends with tips on how to prepare for life after the company is sold. In between is a veritable gold mine of practical wisdom ???????????? keys to prospering in the entrepreneurial world. Fortune and Freedom: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Success presents complex points with crystal clarity and simplicity. Each chapter ends with a review and suggestions for next steps. At every stage you know what to look for and what to do when you find it.

Emotions Stress and Health

Emotions  Stress  and Health Author Alex J. Zautra
ISBN-10 0195350855
Release 2003-03-06
Pages 328
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In this volume, Alex Zautra illustrates how experience with difficult or stressful emotional situations can, contrary to popular belief, be beneficial; for example, our ability to adapt to stress can be improved by experiencing difficult moments on emotional intensity. Zautra masterfully integrates research and theory on emotion and stress, identifying a unique and important role for stressful life events. He offers new insights into how stress and emotions can influence health and illness and demonstrates the wide applicability of this perspective across domains of love and marriage, work, aging, and community. By reviewing research on chronic pain, depression, child abuse, and addiction, Zautra also provides new insights into clinical problems.

Stress and Burnout Among Providers Caring for the Terminally Ill and Their Families

Stress and Burnout Among Providers Caring for the Terminally Ill and Their Families Author Lenora F Paradis
ISBN-10 9781135851064
Release 2014-02-04
Pages 276
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And ConclusionsHospice Caregiving: Strategies to Avoid Burnout and Maintain Self-Preservation; Introduction; Choosing Hospice Work: Know Thyself; Caregiver Self-Assessment: Identifying Personal "Baselines"; Support System Assessment Grid (SSAG); Assessment Summary; Promoting Self-Preservation: Commitment Leading to Action; Strategies for Self-Preservation; Summary Comment: Putting It All Together; Self-Care: Challenges and Rewards for Hospice Professionals; Introduction; Managing Stress; External Stressors; Internal Stressors; Interaction of the External and Internal Stress Factors.

Minimalism Discover the Power Of Less

Minimalism  Discover the Power Of Less Author Jane Andrews
ISBN-10 9781635016673
Release 2014-09-11
Pages 59
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Are you constantly stressed? Un-stress yourself! Turn your home from a cluttered mess to clutter free. Change the way you live forever with life changing habits starting at home. Minimalism: Discover the Power of Less will help you realize what it takes to live with less and live your life with more. This guide will reveal to you: o The power of living more with less o The freedom you get with having less o How to break free from your stuff o How to find happiness with having just enough o How to eliminate stress in having less o How to live simply to live life to the fullest It is power packed with information. Minimalism is not just a trend; it is the key to happiness and freedom. Get your copy now!

Stress Worry

Stress   Worry Author Judy A. Lair
ISBN-10 153965897X
Release 2016-11-18
Pages 80
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Odds are, you and I have very similar stories. Stress feels like a vise squeezing us from all sides. Worry is an annoying companion who keeps coming back. Fear of being wrong. Concern we've hurt someone we love. All the "what if'" anxiety worries chase us around like howling wolves. Decision-making can be a nightmare. Pounding heart, racing thoughts, shortness of breath, inability to sleep, and feeling overwhelmed. How do we make it stop? I've spent more than 16 years personally wrestling with this question. There's no simple answer. You can't "just put it out of your mind" or "think about something else." It's unnerving to be a confident, mature adult one moment and feel helpless or insecure the next. We try to hang onto Bible verses such as: cast all our cares on God, all things are possible with God, and God doesn't give us more than we can bear. Now you and I know all these truths in our head. We've tried to push worry aside and incorporate healthy stress reduction activities. But it's still there and it's draining and frustrating, bringing a hopelessness to our soul. My journey to freedom began many years ago on the client side of the counseling couch. There I poured out all the ways I'd tried to deal with stress, worry, and fear, sharing disappointment at my failure to control those qualities. Wisely, my counselor helped me expand my understanding about stress, teaching me to look holistically at my life rather than viewing it through a narrow lens. I'm passionate about helping folks understand the concepts in this book and develop healthy, godly strategies to handle stress and worry. That's why I went back to school and received a M.A. in Clinical Pastoral Counseling. Utilizing my faith, education, and personal experience, I help clients look at three main factors which feed into the stress and worry in their lives: Physiological, External, and Internal stressors. I'm excited to share these insights in my Moving from Fear to Freedom book series.

Self Esteem Confidence Building Overcome Fear Stress and Anxiety Self Help Guide

Self Esteem  Confidence Building  Overcome Fear  Stress and Anxiety   Self Help Guide Author James Seals
ISBN-10 9781329747555
Release 2016-01-02
Pages 214
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Feel Confident - End Your Stress, Anxiety, and Low Self-Esteem! 3rd edition No matter how much time you spend on your work, there's no escaping the fact that you have to put some effort into your personal life. Have you ever come home after a long day at work wishing you could do away with all of your stress and anxiety? This amazing book teaches you: What Your Thoughts are All About How to Control Your Thoughts Making a Safe Place for Your Mind How to Observe Others Methods for Recognizing and Fixing Your Self-Confidence Problems How to Identify Your Good Points Ways to Enjoy Healthy Self-Indulgence How to Improve Your Breathing Ways to Give Your Body and Mind a Break Methods for Handling Panic You'll even discover helpful exercises in confidence, positivity, and relaxation to put this valuable knowledge into practice in your daily life.