While many see stress as something to be avoided, it can be repositioned as a guide for positive change in life.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (PRWEB) August 23, 2016
While discouraged in unmanageable amounts, recent studies have shown that certain levels of stress can help improve performance and lead to constructive development for those experiencing it. The key determinant in finding success in stress is having the right mindset. Professor Emeritus Stanley Abbott explores stress management and the positive impact it can have in his new book, “Enjoy Stress.”
Perfect for on-the-go professionals, “Enjoy Stress” is a 75-page instructional guide that leads readers through the stress management process, using easy-to-remember acronyms and instructions. After learning the basics of coping with stress, Abbott encourages readers to embrace stress and use it as a catalyst for positive transformation in life.
“This is an important little book that presents a plan for transforming the worst periods of life into something effective,” said Abbott. “While many see stress as something to be avoided, it can be repositioned as a guide for positive change in life.”
Abbott was inspired to research stress and its impact after his father had a non-fatal, stress-related heart attack in the mid-1980s. His research proved that the proper coping methods – and eventually learning to welcome stress – could have a huge impact on how stress affects an individual. He adapted his findings into a memory-friendly program that enables readers to take stress management into their own hands.
“The book offers clarity on stress management in a simple, focused way,” said Abbott. “It was written to help improve the wellness of future readers.”
For more information, visit http://www.stressenjoyed.com.
Written by Stanley Abbott
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and XLibris
About the author
Stanley E. Abbott is a professor emeritus from Purdue University, where he spent 24 years of his career as a member of the College of Liberal Arts. Abbott now resides in Albuquerque, N.M., where he is currently writing the sequel to “Enjoy Stress”, titled “Stress is Good."
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