The Mayo Clinic Guide To Stress Free Living

Author: Amit Sood
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0738217131
Size: 38.93 MB
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Have you ever driven several miles without noticing anything on the road, or read a page in a book without registering any of it? Do the day's worries and disappointments crowd your mind as you're trying to fall asleep at night? Do you feel stressed much of the time and aren't sure how to find peace? In this book, Amit Sood, M.D., M.Sc., a Mayo Clinic specialist in stress and resiliency, reveals how the mind's instinctive restlessness and shortsightedness generate stress and anxiety and presents strategies for living a more peaceful life. The book is based on the highly popular stress management program offered at Mayo Clinic that Dr. Sood developed after two decades of work with tens of thousands of people. Drawing on groundbreaking brain research, Dr. Sood helps you understand the brain's two modes and how an imbalance between them produces unwanted stress. From this basis, you learn skills that will help you: Develop deep and sustained attention Practice gratitude, compassion and acceptance Live a meaningful life Cultivate nurturing relationships Achieve your highest potential All of these concepts are weaved into a practical and fun journey that has been tested in numerous scientific studies, with consistently positive results. Take the first step to discover greater peace and joy for you and your loved ones. "Dr. Sood has put together a simple, secular and structured program that is anchored in science, is free of rituals and dogmas, and is accessible to everyone. This book can change your life."--Dr. Andrew Weil "An important innovative approach to well-being, one we all should know about."--Dr. Daniel Goleman

Defeating Stress And Anxiety

Author: Erin Staley
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 149946195X
Size: 20.82 MB
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Childhood and teen years should be a time of carefree fun, but many people, young as well as older, struggle with stress and anxiety. School and schoolwork can be a tremendous source of stress that people need to learn to handle in one way or another. In this accessible book, readers will learn how to recognize stress and anxiety triggers. This invaluable volume covers how stress is manifested physically, coping solutions for dealing with these issues, when to reach out for help, and profiles of individuals who have struggled with and overcome problems with stress and anxiety.

The Strategic Guide To Shaping Your Student Affairs Career

Author: Sonja Ardoin
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1579229603
Size: 32.84 MB
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This is a book for any student affairs professional who wants to strategically shape his or her career path—and will be particularly helpful for people in early or mid-career, or contemplating a career, in student affairs. By engagingly offering us the fruits of the reflective and strategic approach she has used to shape her own career, and of the theoretical and practical approaches she has undertaken to map out the culture and dynamics of student affairs, and by gathering the voices of 25 professionals who offer the insights and advice derived from their own experiences, Sonja Ardoin has created a guide for everyone in student affairs who wants to be intentional in setting the course for their professional and personal development. She begins by describing the changing and varied student populations who are the heart of this field, and outlines the typical organizational structures of student affairs, the range of functional areas, and how practice varies by size and type of institution. She highlights major trends, discusses the typical paths of entry to the profession, the expectations and realities of starting in a new position, the process of socialization, and the required skills and competencies. She devotes the core of the book to the five key elements for developing a career strategy: Lifelong Learning, Extending Your Experiences, Planning for Professional Development, Networking/Connecting, and Self-Reflection, and provides advice on the job search, from application through interview. In doing so she ranges over choices to be made about formal qualifications, and describes activities – from volunteering and committee work to conference presentations, writing and teaching – that we can use to strategically develop the proficiencies to attain our goals.

Immerse

Author: Amit Sood Hd
Publisher: Global Center for Resiliency & Wellbeing
ISBN: 9780692615416
Size: 80.33 MB
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It isn't about living in the present moment; it is about being present for your moments. It isn't about emptying the mind; it is about filling the mind with hope and positivity. It isn't about focusing on breath and emptiness; it is about striving to be consistently patient and kind. "Immerse" offers you an authentic, simple, practical, and engaging program to be more present for your moments, fill your mind with hope and positivity, and become consistently patient and kind. The subtle strength of authentic presence, hope, positivity, patience and kindness will make you strong - phenomenally strong. Despite truly wishing to live our days guided by our core values, most of us struggle because of one important reason - our mind's distractibility and forgetfulness. Our mind needs daily reminders, repetitions and a constant flow of novel ideas to translate our kind intentions into daily habits. "Immerse" offers you stories weaved in scientifically-anchored insights and the discipline of a daily practice your mind needs to develop an attention that is strong, focused, and kind, and thinking that is big picture, rational, and values-driven. Whether you're interested in improving your relationships, enhancing your health and wellness, career success, becoming a better parent, or all of the above, you'll need deeper presence, intentionality, contentment and kindness to succeed. "Immerse" strives to provide you all of these. The book has 104 writings (two for each week) that integrate science, stories and observations from daily life, to create an inspirational, interesting and informative delicacy that your mind will savor for years to come. Combining the (optional) online program that links these insights with practices can offer you a complete meal for your mind. (Check Stressfree.org/Immerse/) Immerse yourself in timeless values so you become one with them. Take others with you on this ride, so together, you savor a rewarding and meaning-filled life.

50 Ways To Worry Less Now Reject Negative Thinking To Find Peace Clarity And Connection

Author: Gigi Langer, PhD
Publisher: Possum Hill Press
ISBN: 0999122010
Size: 29.29 MB
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Thirty years ago, Gigi Langer was a prisoner of her worries who used alcohol, romance, and professional accomplishments to soothe her frayed nerves. After applying tools from therapy, recovery programs, scientific research, and a variety of philosophical and spiritual teachings, she stopped drinking and discovered how to overcome her own anxieties and stress. Worry Less Now offers four life strategies and 50 eclectic tools to dissolve the “whispered lies” of negative self-talk. Although many books address negative thinking, very few give the reader step-by-step directions on how to defeat it. Others simply advocate a single approach. With candor and humor, Langer describes a wide variety of strategies that helped her and others defeat dysfunctional relationships, perfectionism, addiction, and worry about loved ones. As an award-winning writer and professor, Langer skillfully shares compelling stories and exercises that empower you to: -MANAGE life’s most difficult challenges with calm wisdom -CREATE healthy relationships that blossom and thrive -FULFILL your dreams through positive thinking -SERVE others in their personal growth Regardless of the situation, Worry Less Now will help you move through it with courage, hope, and insight.

Mayo Clinic Guide To Living With A Spinal Cord Injury

Author: Mayo Clinic
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
ISBN: 9781935281634
Size: 39.83 MB
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This indispenable guide offers a complete picture of the road to recovery, and the specifics to move ahead with your life. When possible it encourages readers to resume their favorite hobbies, participate in athletic activities and return to the workplace. For the first time, leading medical specialists at the world-renowned Mayo Clinic offer their expert advice on everything from emotional adjustments, to skin care, to home and car modifications, to quality-of-life improvements. Easy-to-read, illustrated, and well organized, Mayo Clinic Guide to Living with A Spinal Cord Inury provides the "how-to" regarding the day-to-day challenges faced by anyone who has a spinal cord injury.

Enlighten Up

Author: Lynell Burmark
Publisher: Assn for Supervision & Curriculum
ISBN: 9780871207586
Size: 21.26 MB
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Uses stories and examples from the lives of classroom teachers to explain how to respond to stress with greater resourcefulness.

Mayo Clinic S Complete Guide For Family Physicians And Residents In Training

Author: Robert L. Bratton
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN:
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Mayo Clinic's Complete Guide for Family Physicians and Residents in Training.Based upon decades of physicians' valuable experience working in the Mayo Clinic Department of Family Medicine, this essential, all-bases-covered guide offers an unparalleled look into real-world family practice medicine and residency.Mayo Clinic's Complete Guide for Family Physicians and Residents in Training captures life inside a family practice and residency, and tackles day-to-day issues that affect every aspect of career satisfaction, professional challenges and performance, and opportunities for growth. Packed with "pearls" on the full spectrum of experience in family-practice medicine and training, from veteran family physicians, this indispensable career guide takes you through everything from professional associations to achieving balance in your life. It can help you: Learn the history and issues of family practice; Discover what's involved in rotations, hospital rounds, and outpatient clinics; Choose a residency that's right for you; Consider options in family practice, such as a focus on sports medicine, obstetrics, or geriatrics.Learn what to expect in certification and recertification exams; Evaluate financial and liability issues; Obtain a grant and conduct research; Improve time-management skills, patient-physician relationships, and professional interactions; Leverage computer technology; Handle managed care issues effectively; Be a good mentor; And more.For anyone considering family practice medicine, this hands-on survival guide to professional life is a virtual necessity. For anyone already in this field, it's an invaluable asset, offering techniques and tips that can help you get more outof your career, and manage it more effectively.

Library Journal

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.