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Reviewed by Sherri Fulmer Moorer for Readers' Favorite
Stress - it's something all of us struggle with. There's plenty of advice on how to handle it, work with it, combat it, and deal with it. However, most of this advice comes in long, dull books that are heavy on medical and psychological terms. How can you find good, solid advice that's easy to read, easy to understand, and best of all, brief? Stress-Free for Good: Discover the 13 Proven Keys to Stress Control That Will Double Your Energy and Happiness in Less Than a Week by Nick Hoff is that guide. This short book gives you the basic facts and easy-to-understand tips to not only understand stress but to understand yourself and how to best deal with the stress in your life.
The tips given in Stress-Free for Good aren't new. In fact, the 13 tips in this book are things that you've probably read in other books, or on the Internet. What makes this book different is that it combines this information from a number of sources and gives it to you in a compact guide that's easy to understand. It explains why these tips work and gives options for how to best implement them in your daily life. What I really like is that Nick Hoff doesn't give you an "all or nothing" approach. Rather, he encourages readers to try things in different ways and combinations to find what works on an individual level to give the best results. There is no "one size fits all," and he acknowledges that. He also helps guide readers on their way. It's not new information, but it is presented in a clear, concise way that gets straight to the point.