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Feeling Happy, Feeling Strong: Exercises for transforming stress, anxiety, worry and fear into deeper connection with ourselves Paperback – 20 April 2020
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"The exercises in this book really helped me restore calm when I found myself dealing with anxiety. I really like how relatable the writer is and the conversational tone - very soothing, like chatting with a good friend. Feeling much better now: D " - Rachel
"Whether you are stressed to the max or just feeling out of sorts, I highly recommend this book! The exercises the author shares along with her gentle coaxing and continued reassurance allowed this 59 year old stubborn mind to begin to relax and connect with and help release tension I didn't even realize my body was holding." - RD
"I highly recommend Suzanne's book to everybody. She is sharing lots of really nice and useful exercises in this short book that can help with anxiety and stress." - JM
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- Publisher : Many trees Publishing (20 April 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 93 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1838035206
- ISBN-13 : 978-1838035204
- Dimensions : 12.85 x 0.53 x 19.84 cm
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In this book she has drawn on her vast knowledge and experience to cherry-pick methods that help us deal effectively with stressors - allowing us to “get out of our head” to bring us back into our bodies and a state of “grounded calm”. These are presented in accessible bite-sized exercises.
As an exercise professional with a background In health science, I can highly recommend this informative little gem of a book.