Living and Working
in a Changing World

Authors: Manning, Curtis, & McMillen
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"Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is a great resource!
If you want commonsense answers to the real-life problems
associated with stress and change, this book is for you."

Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager

Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is a comprehensive resource that helps people manage stress in today's fast-paced, changing world. It effectively combines classical research with current stress, health, and wellness issues and challenges the reader with real-life problems and solutions. The holistic approach ensures the reader a complete picture of the role of stress in one's life.

It's a book you will refer to time and time again!

The friendly writing style holds your attention and interest throughout the book. Using an interactive learning approach, each chapter blends:

  • spirited questionnaires and self-assessments
  • true-life examples
  • meaningful stories and anecdotes from well-known authors and philosophers
  • authoritative data: charts, graphs, diagrams, and surveys

"Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is an outstanding work. This book is what I have been in search of for some time. It blends information as one would find in a textbook with practical day-to-day insights that are helpful to an individual."
Alan K. David, MD, professor and director
Department of Family Medicine
University of Cincinnati Medical Center

"Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World combines a deep understanding of the problem with a lot of compassion. The authors provide a realistic approach to stress, refreshingly free of oversimplified psychobabble."
Covert Bailey
author, educator, nutrition and fitness expert

"Truly excellent. Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is a blockbuster. The authors offer interesting demographic and historical facts, and helpful examples and questionnaires that enrich the book and broaden its impact. The reader is pulled through the book easily identifying with the subject matter: stress and change."
William C. Byham, PhD
Development Dimensions International, Inc.

"Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World will appeal to everyone, young and old, male and female, entry-level to corporate CEO. It provides surprising insights for stressed mothers working at home as well as executives worrying about low morale in the workplace. If you have ever felt loss of control, burnout, or career stagnation, this book may be the best investment you ever make."
Rebecca Adams Lewis, President/CEO
Jewish Hospital Lexington
Lexington, KY

Health and medical professionals

The importance of personal behavior, as well as health-care quality and cost, cannot be overemphasized in managing health. Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is a valuable tool to help health-care organizations effectively address this challenge. Timely and useful, it will be popular with employees and employers alike.

Daniel A. Gregorie, MD. retired, president and CEO, ChoiceCare

Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is an important book that should be on the bookshelves of all physicians, nurses, and human resource professionals who deal with the impact of stress in the workplace. Manning, Curtis, and McMillen provide profound insight into the problems faced and offer real-world, practical solutions.

M. J. Wakeman, MD, MS, director of occupation medicine
The Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati