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Carol Denbow

Stress Relief for the Working Stiff

Stress Relief for the Working Stiff
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Carol Denbow - About Stress After scoring an incredibly high 662 on the Holmes-Rahe scale for determining stress levels, Carol had an 80 percent probability of developing a stress-related illness, and she did. With the sudden death of her step son, and several friends and other family members all within a years time, a failing marriage, moving to a new city, and the continual stress of running a business alone, she fell ill with her body temperature rising above the norm continually for over a year. Receiving multiple testing over that period, her illness was vaguely diagnosed as an “auto-immune disorder.” What it was, was stress. Yes, stress really can make us ill. After suffering a stress-related and life-threatening auto-immune disorder, author Carol Denbow realized the need for public knowledge on the importance of understanding and relieving stress was great, thus setting the path for this book, “Stress Relief for the Working Stiff.” Through extensive research, Carol has regained her good health and now lives a completely stress-free life in Oregon. “Stress Relief for the Working Stiff” is set to be released in 2008 through Publish America.
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