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Serenity in an anxious world
The Christian Science Monitor
Today's challenges—both individual and universal—turn many to drugs, alcohol, and gambling for escape. Others seek relief through psychotherapy or hypnotism. But all too often these so-called palliatives can become addictive.
Is there no lasting remedy for stress and anxiety? Are we all destined simply to endure an accelerating pace of life and cope the best we can?
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