The Truth about Stress: Understanding Your Life from the Inside Out

Life is given stability from the inside out, not the outside in. In this book, Richard brilliantly describes life as a house made up of four rooms -- business, family, social and personal. He explains how stress enters each room and how you can often prevent the pressure on the inside of your house from controlling all the rooms of your life. If you want to understand the stress in your life, you must first understand how your emotions affect your behavior, or in other words, you need to know why you do what you do and think what you think. From the pages of this book you will learn to stop seeking to eliminate the stress in your life and learn to control your stress. People who work to eliminate stress increase their stress; those who learn to control their stress, enhance their life.