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Spring Cleaning: Mental Dusting For The Pollen in Your Life provides healthy suggestions to strengthen and heal your mind of stressful, life draining experiences that can affect your quality of life. This short, but informative publication will help to clear the cobwebs of stress which could lead to depression and other mental health challenges many face. The easy to follow and fun exercises will have you feeling energized and empowered before you know it. When the stresses of life catch up with us it’s good to take time to dust away the elements and circumstances that hold us captive to the oftentimes negative thoughts of our minds. Anytime is a good time for SPRING CLEANING.
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ISBN: 9780971193888
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