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published: Sep 1998
ISBN:9781552630129
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Staying Afloat When Water Gets Rough

How To Live In A Rapidly Changing World

by David B Posen MD & Dr. David Posen MD

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Does change, with its unexpected ups and downs, make you queasy? In his bestseller Always Change a Losing Game, Dr. Posen looked at making positive personal changes in our lives to reduce stress and improve health, productivity, relationships and self-esteem. In this book he takes a closer look at the external and uninvited change that often causes insecurity and stress. He explores ways to manage change and uncertainty in our rapidly moving world; how to react to it, how to adapt to it, and how to benefit from it. Divided into two sections - "Thinking About Change" and "Taking Action" - this book walks the reader through the entire process. - Understanding the need for change - Why change is difficult, stressful or threatening - Seeing the benefits of change - Keeping your sense of humour - Believing in your ability to change - Practicing, planning and preparing for change - Generating and maintaining energy for change - Pacing yourself and the rate of change - The need for a support system - Dealing with uncertainty Written in Dr. Posen's accessible and humorous style, Staying Afloat When the Water Gets Rough delivers its message with analogies drawn from sports, politics, and popular culture, to create an essential life skills guide. (1998)

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David B Posen MD

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Dr. David Posen MD

David Posen, M.D., is a physician, popular speaker, and the bestselling author of The Little Book of Stress Relief, which sold more than 50,000 copies and has been translated into five languages. His previous books also include Staying Afloat When the Water Gets Rough and the classic, Always Change a Losing Game. His writing has appeared in Canadian Living, Reader's Digest, Men's Health, USA Weekend, and his TV and radio appearances have aired nation-wide. He lives in Oakville, Ontario.

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