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F*ck Stress - Tips and Advice on How to Banish Anxiety from Your Life - cover

F*ck Stress - Tips and Advice on How to Banish Anxiety from Your Life

Lex Martin

Publisher: Vie

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Do you feel stressed? Does your anxiety get in the way of life? Are you ready for change?
 
It’s time to say ‘f*ck stress’ and transform yourself from a worrier to a warrior! This no-nonsense guide will help you explore what is actually causing you stress and reprogramme your brain to cope positively and rationally with what life throws at you.
 
Packed with easy-to-follow advice, useful tips and empowering statements, this essential stress-busting toolkit will help you master your own thoughts and confidently give stress the middle finger.

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