14 Days to Cooler, Calmer, and Happier

by Jan Bruce, Andrew Shatte, Ph.D., Adam Perlman, M.D., M.P.H.; Foreword by Mark Hyman, M.D.

You can’t annihilate stress. But you can learn to manage it peacefully—and you don’t need to radically change your life to do so. 
The powerful author team who crafted this book has the research to prove it—with more than a half dozen studies to date showing the program’s efficacy. Marrying the whole-person, systemic approach of integrative medicine with the science of resilience and the tenets of positive psychology, the authors created a method that attacks stress on every level.  This three-pronged approach gets at its roots, so stress can’t flourish, but you can.  In just 14 days, the authors teach you a new way to respond and, in turn, a new way to live.

Recent Reviews

A New Approach to Stress Management

Stacie Seaton

5 Stars

The first thing I love about this book is that it is written by professionals. The psychology and science behind stress helps us better understand why it exists and how our body deals with it. In fact, in…

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Practical and Impactful

Candice Kilpatrick

4 Stars

I have been working on my own mindset for about two years, focusing on being more positive and taking charge of the things I can control (such as my own emotional responses to situations), and I have been through some hard times that would…

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Blogging for Books #1

Margaret Lute

4.5 Stars

(Discloser: I received a book through the Blogging For Books program. All opinions in this post, however, are my own)

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Crystal Carney

4 Stars

I'm not stranger to stress, that's for sure. When I saw this book was available I quickly grabbed it to review. It is such a helpful book, with such an easy program to follow. It has helped me think about how to react to things. I…

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Well-Intentioned, but Flawed...

Jeff Galipeaux

3 Stars

This self help book presents a 14 day program to de-stress by focusing each day on a different aspect of one's life. The strategy is novel, and the topics are useful -- particularly the sections devoted to getting unstuck and developing…

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