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How To Overcome Stress Naturally

Take Control of Your Mental & Emotional Life Naturally, PLUS A Practical Daily Plan,
PLUS An Extensive Resource Guide
By Tracey Stranger (BAppSci, GradDipMkt)

Foreword: His Holiness The 14th Dalia Lama

Introduction & Understanding

Chapter 1:Stress, Mood Disorders, Depression

Prof Gordon Parker: Executive Director, Black Dog Institute, NSW
What is Stress?
What are Mood Disorders?
What is Depression?
Chapter 2:Introducing Integrative Medicine - The Best of Both Worlds (Complementary & Western Medicine)

Dr Vicki Kotsirilos: Founder Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA)
Chapter 3:The Ayurvedic Approach to Stress & Depression - Balance Your Life

Shanti Gowans: President Australasian Ayurvedic Practitioners Association, CEO The Meditation Institute
Chapter 4:Nutrition Healing - Vitamins, Minerals, Fatty Acids and Mental Health

Blake Graham, B.Sc (Honours) - Clinical Nutritionist
Director of Nutritional Healing, Western Australia
Chapter 5:Change the Food to Change Your Mood

Julie Wood: Nutrition Medicine Practitioner & Aromatherapist
Chapter 6:A New Way of Looking at Life - Fountainhead a Holistic Health Retreat

Wayne Parrott: Founder Australian Depression Institute

Encouraging Stories

Chapter 7:Brian Egan: "Listen & Have Compassion" - Aussie Helpers for Outback Farmers
Chapter 8:Pat Mesiti: "Millionaire Mind Set"
Chapter 9:Mukti Lartigau: "Learning to Accept help from Others"
Chapter 10:Elizabeth Joy: "A Spark Inside eventually led me out of Depression"
Chapter 11:Dawn's Story: "Love & Time the Healer" - A Mum's Journey with her Daughter
Chapter 12:Your Practical Day-to-Day Plan
Chapter 13:Final Note from the Author

About the Author

Recommended Groups & Inspirational Light Reading
Resource Guide: Australia & International

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Tracey Stranger meets His Holiness The Dalai Lama

I gifted a copy of my book to His Holiness, in gratitude for the
Foreword HH The Dalai Lama has in my book – December 2009