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Author: Sarfraz Zaidi
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In this book on stress management, Dr. Sarfraz Zaidi, MD describes how to be free of stress without medications. Dr. Zaidi explains how to handle stresses of daily life, insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, anger, depression, guilt, psychosis, bipolar affective disorder, attention deficit disorder, stress eating, addictions, embarrassment, loneliness, prejudice, bias, violence, jealousy, hypocrisy, competition, comparison, judging, love, hate, greed, self criticism, shame, annoyances, frustrations, happiness, sadness, thrill, excitement, grief, grievances, revenge, lying, complaining, ego, and self righteousness; how to be free of the past and not to worry about future; how to live in the now, handle stressful situations, meditate, and live a stress free life. He explains the power of now, new thinking about the evolution of man, conditioning of mind, illusion of past and future, what if syndrome, busy mind, worries, fear, the self, illusion of self, virtual world, freedom from the world and mind-body connection.

Date insert: Monday, 17 May 2021

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