WOMEN AND STRESS
How to manage stress and take control of your life!
Are you constantly fatigued? Does your life frequently seem unmanageable? Do you often feel that you get too little joy out of life? If your answer is yes to all or any of these questions, you are probably suffering from stress.
Today, more than ever, women are under pressure to perform both at work and at home. While trying to be everything to everyone, we are putting our health at risk. Stress, over a prolonged period of time, can result in the breakdown of the body’s immune system.
Dr Charmaine Saunders examines the most common causes of stress among women, and explains strategies for dealing with them. She invites all of us to become aware of the role we play in our own health, and discusses choices, risks, self-knowledge, independence and goals.
Online Price: $AU18.50
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Genre: Self Help
Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers
IMPRINT: Angus and Robertson
Date Published: 1997
About the author
Charmaine Saunders holds a PhD in Social Psychology and is a practising counsellor and therapist in Western Australia.
She is also a university and TAFE lecturer, and runs community courses at various centres. Twice a week she presents a talkback-advice radio show on Triple M, Perth.
Dr Saunders brings to this book a wealth of life experience as well as extensive academic knowledge. She is a popular media
personality and has written many articles for newspapers and magazines, notably
a ‘Dear Charmaine’ column since 1984.
Women and Stress, is the second of her four books on personal development and self-help.