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In his opening comments, Steve acknowledges that stress “has been labeled an epidemic for the past three decades. Studies report that many of us feel we’re under more stress now than ever before . . . Most of the discussions, though, have been focused on stress-management and stress-reduction, not on stress-busting. That’s why I’m glad we’re having this conversation. Christian Science provides immediate, effective, and permanent solutions to stress, worry, tension, anxiety—all of it.”
Steve goes on to answer questions from listeners asking about many different aspects of stress—as it relates to health, employment, financial concerns, balancing personal responsibilities, family and romantic relationships, information overload, pressure on students to succeed, anxiety about the future, and using alternative methods for relaxation such as meditation.
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