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Find Calm

Anna Barnes

Publisher: Summersdale

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Summary

Calmness is within your reach.
 
With a little bit of help, the methods of truly relaxing your mind and body, and letting go of stresses and strains, can be learned, practised and perfected.
 
Bursting with tips, centring statements and soothing activities, Find Calm will help you to feel more at ease in the world and better equipped to deal with the things that really matter.

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