Grades: 9 thru 12
Item Code: SGSTRS


Student's Guide to Stress Management

By: Richard Parsons and Karen Dickinson

Increased demands. Living with roommates. Exploring independence. New romantic relationships. Tons of opportunity. Academic life is full of new stressors—but stress doesn’t have to be a bad thing!

A Student’s Guide to Stress Management provides you with strategies to not only manage stress, but transform stress into an asset that will help you succeed in your academic career. This guide will help you develop a deeper understanding of what stress is, it’s positive and negative effects on physical and emotional health, and how it’s a natural, and at times, helpful, part of the college experience.

Accessible yet comprehensive, this guide will prepare you to navigate the stressors of academic life like a pro, transforming stressful situations into opportunities for growth and success.

A Student’s Guide to Stress Management is part of the Series on Student Success, a collection of books designed to help students develop the essential life and learning skills needed to support a happy, healthy, and productive higher education experience.
ISBN: 9781516515332
Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 130

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