God Help Me! This Stress Is Driving Me Crazy!

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God Help Me! This Stress Is Driving Me Crazy!

Finding Balance Through God's Grace

When stress grabs you, these practical tips for lessening anxiety come to the rescue. Using the best of psychology and spirituality—and throwing in a good dose of humor—Gregory Popcak will help avoid you alleviate strain and cultivate serenity.

The bills aren't paid, you didn't get enough sleep last night, and yesterday's work is only half-done. Whether at home or in the office, stress threatens to overwhelm everyone from time to time. How do you learn to control stress so stress doesn't control you?

Distilling years of counseling experience and a wealth of stress management training, psychotherapist and popular radio host, Gregory Popcak offers easily understood and implemented techniques that will work wonders for Catholics and other Christians who struggle with tension and frustration in their daily lives.

In God Help Me! This Stress is Driving Me Crazy you'll find:

Real-life stories and anecdotes showing how you can deal with stress
Checklists, quizzes, and questionaires to help you identify your own situation
Clear explanations of the latest in psychological research on stress
Insights into how the sacraments enrich your life
Reminders of why God is more powerful than even your most overwhelming trouble

Reviews and endorsements

"'Overcoming anxiety is more than a possible dream; it is a central tenet of Christian spirituality,' writes Gregory Popcak, a professional counselor. In God Help Me! This Stress Is Driving Me Crazy: Finding Balance Through God's Grace, Popcak draws on psychology and Roman Catholic tradition to help readers who are struggling with worry and pain. Popcak writes well and clearly, weaving his counselees' composite stories in with his own experiences (particularly gripping is the story of one annus horribilis when his family faced grave illness and terrible financial trouble). He provides concrete spiritual tools (e.g., using icons and medallions, or partaking of the sacraments of Eucharist, confession and anointing the sick) to remind readers of God's love for them and His power over their troubles."
Publishers Weekly

"An intelligent mixture of psychology and spiritual insight."
Dr. Paul C. Vitz, professor of psychology, New York University

Paperback / 160 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9