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Beat stress before stress beats you : how to break through the stress barrier and boost your efficiency & success, your health & wellbeing, your quality of life / by Burnard Morey
Bib ID 692720
Format BookBook
Author
Morey, Burnard
 
Description Cloverdale, W. A. : B. Morey, 2000 
58 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 064640458X
Subjects Stress (Psychology)  |  Stress management -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Available From 40 Laurie Street, CLOVERDALE, WA, 6105 

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