Stopping Stress before It Stops You: A Game Plan for Every Mom

Stopping Stress before It Stops You: A Game Plan for Every Mom

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by Kevin Leman
     
 

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Dr. Kevin Leman has seen scores of women who are overcome by stress. With humor, insight, and practical solutions, this bestselling author helps women manage the stress points in their lives: kids, career, husband, housework, money, and crammed schedules. Women will find out how to begin enjoying a more serene lifestyle by making stress work for them.

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Dr. Kevin Leman has seen scores of women who are overcome by stress. With humor, insight, and practical solutions, this bestselling author helps women manage the stress points in their lives: kids, career, husband, housework, money, and crammed schedules. Women will find out how to begin enjoying a more serene lifestyle by making stress work for them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780800733988
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
04/01/2011
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
706,725
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Kevin Leman is an internationally known psychologist, humorist, and bestselling author of The Birth Order Book and Have a New Kid by Friday. He is former consulting psychologist for Good Morning America and a frequent guest on The View, The Early Show, and Focus on the Family. He and his wife, Sande, live in Arizona. They have five children and four grandchildren.

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Stopping Stress Before It Stops You: A Game Plan for Every Mom 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Beckmark More than 1 year ago
I loved the title: who doesn't want less stress? As I read, though, the book seemed to me to be somewhat chauvinistic... I brushed it aside, and soldiered on to get anything useful out of it. Until the chapter about working mothers, that is. Sexist to say the least, the author clearly believes a woman's place is at home (which is fine, if that's a woman's CHOICE), and proceeds to guilt trip moms about working, wanting personal fulfillment, and dumping her kids off for someone else to raise. Not helpful in the slightest. I didn't bother looking at the original copyright before purchasing: 1987. Thankfully, we've made some progress since then. This book, however, has not.