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Stress management [electronic resource] / Daley Positive Personal Development
Bib ID 1147138
Format BookBook [electronic resource]
Description [Caloundra, Qld.] : Daley Positive Personal Development, [1996?] 
1 computer disk : col. ; 3 1/2 in. 
Notes

Title from disk's label.

System requirements: Windows; OS/2 applications.

Includes a short story called "I see a tall dark stranger m'lady" by Linda Land.

Continues to book 2: Positive thinking.

Subjects Stress management -- Software.
Other authors/contributors Land, Linda. I see a tall dark stranger m'lady  |  Daley Positive Personal Development

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