This book doesn’t change your life.
It does show you small things you can do to begin changing.
I want to make sure you understand this isn’t a quick read and I’m done solution to stress.
We find too many avenues for change that sound magical and work free. In the long term, change takes time, knowledge, effort, accountability, trial and error.
These 10 Simple Steps Will Be Your Starting Point For A Positive Life Change.
What Can Prolonged Stress do to me?
How do I know if I am Too Stressed?
Frequent Sickness, Headaches & Chronic Pain
Increased stress levels are associated with headaches, increased susceptibility to infection and chronic pain.
Depression, Decreased Energy & Insomnia
Studies have found that stress is associated with fatigue and disruptions in sleep, which may result in decreased energy levels. They have also found that high levels of stress may be associated with depression and depressive episodes.
Digestive & Appetite Changes
Some studies have found that stress may be associated with digestive issues like constipation and diarrhea.
There may also be an association between changes in appetite and stress levels. For some, higher levels of stress may also be associated with weight gain.
We want to help you for the long term.
Quick Read & Easy Steps
As we said before, this book isn’t magic. It does not remove all stress from your life.
It is, however, a quick read that will give you 10 simple steps to begin changing your stress level. Give it a read and a try.
The Paperback book comes with 2 preview sections. One from a future Book and the other is a sample from the Agragape blog.
Also, when you order the PaperBack from Amazon you receive the Digital Version for Free.
Ebook On Kindle Unlimited
If you are a subscriber to Kindle Unlimited you can borrow the Digital Version for Free with your Subscription.
StoryTeller & Dreamer at Agragape
John Edgar has been breathing and pumping blood for a decent amount of time. He has been alive longer than most small domesticated canines, yet not as long as a Galapagos Giant Tortoise.
Spending his time hearing and telling stories, has shown him some unique things about life and the people that are trying to live one. Some people try very hard to be self-involved and avoid caring about anything other than themselves. John Edgar has become a master at helping people to move beyond a life story that is self-involved and predictable. As the characters he writes come alive, you begin to see the story in their life and helps you see how to take hold of your story. Sometimes those characters are real live people. You might even begin to realize the story you are seeing is your own journey towards a better life.
He has been a storyteller in one shape or form since the early years of his life.