Stress Diary Journal - Price: $23.41, Pages:122
by Gino Norris, ISBN: 9780956906403
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This is an effective stress management tool. It will tell you exactly: How you stress, When you stress, Who you stress with, What you are stressing about, For how long, how intensely you stress, and Why you stress. It will identify your stress patterns, its causes, places, incidents and reasons for why stress occurs. This 28 day programme is an invaluable tool to effectively manage your stress, to gain insight and explore self understanding. You will learn renewed self management skills, inner control, effective goal setting, time management skills, to overcome obstacles and increased perseverance to complete set tasks and to instill newfound routines, competencies and behaviours. It helps you to know yourself and manage your life more completely.
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Gino Norris is a practising HypnoPsychotherapist, Life Coach, Stress Therapist and Trainer, based in London, United Kingdom. His extensive training and expertise has been accrued from many life experiences, training on different continents and institutions and includes post graduate studies in psychology, psychopathology, psychotherapy, counselling, NLP & life coaching, and stress management. My years of accumulated exposures allowed me to assist and work with children and young people in education settings as a teacher
Book Review :
This book claims to be a top recommended stress management tool....I would have to agree whole-heartedly! More than a tool, this journal gives examples of stress triggers, explains possible reasons for feeling stress and finally counsels in ways to manage the stress at the readers pace. This journal is broken down in 4 one-week studies, encouraging the reader to record daily stress events. However, I could foresee that some may choose to stay longer in a particular section if the stress trigger(s) have not been revealed or the reader does not feel the lesson was completely absorbed.
This journal is so complete in its resources, evaluations, partitioning the types of stresses and motivating towards a happier, healthier, productive life, that its difficult to believe how much is covered in this journals 119 pages. Other journals or books Ive seen that claim to be stress management tools are either too lengthy in both jargon and psychosomatic theories, or they are full of fluffy feelings that would, in my opinion, leave the reader feeling inadequate or simply unable to correct the destructive behavior.
Stress Diary Journal can change ones life, even if one does not feel they have a problem with managing stress