Haven't You Suffered Enough?

Clinically Proven Methods to Conquer Stress

Non-Fiction - Self Help
253 Pages
Reviewed on 08/08/2020
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Author Biography

Dr. Brenda Lyon PhD, CNS, RN holds a bachelors, masters and PhD from Indiana University with majors in nursing. She was a professor at Indiana University School of Nursing for 39 years teaching in the masters and PhD programs. She is currently a Professor Emerita at the University.
Dr. Lyon had a private practice in stress and stress-related physical illness for over 34 years. She has conducted over 350 workshops for corporations, health professionals, and trade associations focused on helping people learn how to prevent and eliminate stress in their lives. She has published over 20 articles and contributed to 5 books focused on stress and stress management and is also the author of the national award winning Conquering Stress monograph and video series published by Glaxo – Smith Kline.
Dr. Lyon is a recipient of the Midwest Nursing Research Society’s Distinguished Contribution to the Science of Stress and Coping Award by the Stress and Coping Research Section. She received Indiana University’s prestigious W. George Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service nationally and in the field of stress and coping. She is a Fellow in both the American Academy of Nursing and in the multidisciplinary National Academies of Practice.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Haven't You Suffered Enough? Clinically Proven Methods to Conquer Stress by Dr. Brenda L. Lyon is a good manual for readers dealing with stress and anxiety as it is loaded with self-care tips to help readers cope when feeling overwhelmed by the stresses of their daily lives. The majority of human beings experience stress and the self-care tools in the book will help to prevent the suffering and negativity that accompany stress. This book has answers which will help readers who are looking for guidance on how to reframe difficult situations. It gives them detailed instructions, steps, and skills to apply in their daily lives. Why haven't you been able to eliminate stress effectively?

Dr. Brenda L. Lyon tackles a relevant topic with expertise and her experience of dealing with stressed patients is palpable to readers. She speaks about it in a methodical and clinical way, making it easy for readers to understand and realize how difficult situations and stress go hand in hand. Haven't You Suffered Enough? gives helpful tips in conquering stress and good insights when it comes to dealing with stress, and the real-life examples are equally helpful to readers to transform their mindset from that of stress to peace. Learning to live a stress-free life requires effort and reading this book is the best way to achieve it. Therapists and counselors can use the author's strategies and tools when it comes to dealing with their clients. This book gives readers the basic ways to deal effectively with stress.