Worry changes the light in our lives to darkness. The only way to overcome darkness is to turn on the light. The light dissipates the darkness like the sun dissipates the mist.
All of us worry. Many of these worries are of short duration and go away with little effort. But when worry persists, it can rob us of vitality, enthusiasm and energy and can lead to physical and mental breakdowns. Doctors point out that chronic worry is behind numerous diseases such as asthma, allergies, cardiac trouble, high blood pressure and a host of other illnesses too numerous to mention.
The worried mind is confused, divided and is thinking aimlessly about a lot of things that are not true. We can push worry out by training our minds to focus on harmony, peace, beauty, right action, love and understanding by supplanting negative thoughts with constructive thoughts.
This book looks at many things that induces worry. We will examine the worries that are initiated in our home life as well as in our jobs. We will discuss how to deal with stress, avoid burnout and develop and maintain a positive mental attitude that will enable us to replace our worries with affirmative thoughts and actions.
To get the most out of this book, read all of it first to absorb the overall concept of dealing with worry and stress. Then reread each chapter and start applying the guidelines for achieving each of the areas covered.
|Title:||Overcoming Worry And Stress|
|Publisher:||Manjul Publishing House|
|Reading age :||All Age Groups|