|Title: Too Blessed to Be Stressed: Inspiration for Climbing Out of Life's Stress-Pool|
By: Debora Coty
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.19 X 0.25 (inches)|
Weight: 7 ounces
Stock No: WW263461
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Does your to-do list have footnotes? . . .Are you imprisoned by the joy-sucking dully-funks? . . .
Maybe its time for a healthy dose of truth gift-wrapped in humor.
Kick back a moment and take this revealing true-or-false stress test for women:
T F I am frequently grumpy and I dont know why.
T F I used to enjoy cooking, but now its only a necessary chore.
T F I dont feel appreciated for all the tasks that I do.
T F Im embarrassed if caught relaxing or being "unproductive."
T F The volume in my voice increases to MAKE MY POINT!
T F I feel like I live in my car.
T F I cant remember the last time I laughed till I cried.
T F A "free" day is exhausting because I must complete all my home duties.
T F I tend to eat when feeling tense or overwhelmed.
T F I feel like Im constantly on the defensive.
T F I often have unexplained headaches or stomachaches.
T F My to-do lists have footnotes.
Now count the answers that you marked "true" and check out your status:
46: Yellow Alert! You are at risk of becoming stressed out.
79: Orange Alert! Look out, girlfriend, youre at toxic stress levels.
1012: Red Alert!!! You are a bonified Stress Mess and need immediate help!
If you often find yourself struggling with the stresses of finances, health, career, relationships, self-image, or family, then this humor-filled volume is just what you need. With simple, practical tips for attaining the peace you cravethe peace that passes all understandingyoull discover healing, refreshment, and revitalization for your spirit, body, and mind.
Debora M. Coty is a popular humorist, speaker, and award-winning author of numerous inspirational books, including the bestselling Too Blessed to be Stressed line. Deb considers herself a tennis junkie and choco-athlete (meaning she exercises just so she can eat more chocolate). A retired piano teacher and orthopedic occupational therapist, Debora currently lives, loves, and laughs in central Florida with her husband, Chuck, and three grandbuddies and one grandprincess. Deb would love to connect with you on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and her Too Blessed to be Stressed blog at her website, www.DeboraCoty.com. While you're there, sign up for her free e-newsletter!
This is a great collection of short meditations based on humorous stories from life, her own as well as others. Yet each stories contains a truth to help the reader deal with stress. This book is a delightful read.
Too Blessed to Be Stressed: Inspiration for Climbing out of Life's Stress-Pool by Debora Coty will have you laughing so hard, and sitting there wondering why you are stressed out to begin with. I absolutely loved this book; it is for anyone who finds their self-dealing with health issues, family problems, financial difficulties, etc. I thought this book was very humorous, I was laughing throughout the entire book, she has way of writing that draws you in and makes you laugh while you're actually learning something at the same time. The chapters in the book are short and at the end of each story there is a bible verse and questions, which I found to be truly thought provoking, as well as being very inspirational. She has a way of making you feel like you're talking to your best friend, understanding exactly what you are going through, she shares her own stories with you, which makes you laugh even harder. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to embrace God's grace while coping with life and the stresses it can bring to us, with a whole lot of laughter and inspiration to go with it.