Let’s face it – when you are under stress you are no fun to be around. Your family and your co-workers either avoid you or tiptoe quietly by hoping that you will not notice them. You don’t like feeling or acting this way, but don’t know how to get out of the stress cycle. This book contains the answers you have been looking for. In three simple steps, you can learn how to handle stress in a healthier way. While you may not be able to avoid stressful situations, you don’t have to let stress take over your life. With the tools contained inside this book, you will learn that you don’t have to feel good, to feel better. And remember, “stressed” spelled backwards is “desserts,” so reverse your stress and be good to yourself.
What one person said about the book:
“Just finished a great book! If Stress Does Not Kill You Your Family Might! by Nancy Weil It is funny, inspirational and there is something everyone can learn!” Diane H.
More happy, stress-free customers:
“I wanted to tell you I read your book last weekend and it was great!”
Tena G. RN
“I really liked the book so much. It felt as though you were really speaking with me and not talking at me!” Barbara R.
“Your book is awesome! I absolutely love it. Already started doing some of the things you wrote about.”
Janet F. RN
“This book has already changed my life, and it’s less than a week. Nancy’s tips and specific exercise on breathing has reduced my stress level while dramatically increasing my creativity (and I teach this stuff for a living). Great job Nancy and I look forward to your next one.”
“Great book! Just what was needed. Well worth the time, was funny and an easy read. Helped a great deal everyone should read it. “
“I LOVED this book! Nancy Weil has some great tools for reducing stress! I felt the stress leave almost immediately! I highly recommend this book to anyone experiencing stress! Love the clown nose.”
Nancy and her book — awesome!!! I’ve seen the woman speak, laughed in her seminars and have read her book in no-time-flat. This book has shown me how to look at a situation as either an inconvenience or a problem, and deal with it on an appropriate level. Buy it, but one for a friend- grab a clown nose and come along for the ride!