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- Print Length: 46 pages
- Publisher: LifeWorksPublishing.com (April 19, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 19, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JTJY1NU
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Zero Stress Relationships: Forgive The Past To Heal Your Relationships Today (Zero Stress Coaching Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I really liked how "The Zero Stress Coaching Series" combined the areas of diet, relationships, transitions, and prosperity because all of those areas can be affected by stress. This book seemed to make me aware that a potential illness could be waiting to happen and that stress can trigger it, and that stress could cause a new illness that might not ever occur if stress didn't occur in the first place. A technique for letting go of past painful memories was also interesting to me. A minor thing to me was that there were some typos in the book. I'm thinking those errors have been or will be corrected though because it was an advanced reader's copy that I read. For that reason I am not deducting any points for the typos. Potential / future readers might like to know that there are some exercises in the book where they can try to visualize something that Dan Kass is teaching them so that they can strive for zero stress.
Highlights for me from each book in the book combo:
"The Zero Stress Diet": The seesaw "The Zero Stress Diet" chart (on page 31 of the combo book). It indicated certain foods at the end of both sides of the seesaw that can tip the seesaw over if too much of those foods are eaten.
"Zero Stress Relationships": When we replay memories from the past it's like the stressful events are still happening to us, which is what our brain pretty much tells us. This affects our current relationships and can disable us from going forward in some cases.
"Zero Stress Transitions": About 85% of the population is experiencing their "off" emotions, causing them to lose out on higher states of consciousness which make them feel more alive. When we are not operating in the "on" mode we and others in our lives miss out on experiencing the funniest, smartest, most relaxed, compassionate, and loving parts of ourselves.
"Zero Stress Prosperity": There is more action in our lives today, compared to our older relatives lives (parents and/or their parents). They may have lived life with one storyline, like a three-act play. We often have more themes (types of experiences) going on in our lives.
I recommend this book for anybody that wants to strive for zero stress in their lives.
Disclosure of material connection: I received a complimentary copy of the advanced reader's copy from Bostick Communications / Dan Kass. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
This series is absolutely wonderful when put together. There are great gems of insight found in each of the books and when put together impact every area of our life and shown us how to live stress free. My favorite books out of the four were Zero Stress Relationships as I felt it held wonderful insight on having less stress in all of our relationships and on removing negativity in them. My other favorite book was Zero Stress Transitions as it helps to show us how to embrace change in our lives. I wasn’t a big fan of The Zero Stress Diet as I felt much of it was probably already known. However, I do believe it fits with the series of books.
Overall, I recommend this series to anyone wanting less stress in their lives.
FTC disclosure: I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Life Works Publishing/ Dan Kass in exchange for my honest and unbiased review of the book. I was not required to give a positive review of the book.