Learning how to relax improves day-to-day living, and can be a valuable tool for coping with stress of any kind.

Suitable for anyone in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, ACOA, co-dependency, compulsive gambling & etc.

This booklet explores why people have problems trying to relax and how to resolve them. It explains how to introduce more relaxation into your everyday life, and how to take it further. It is not designed to go into specific deep relaxation techniques.

Topics in this article include;

  • What’s the link between stress and relaxation?
  • What’s wrong with the way I relax now?
  • How does relaxation differ from recreation?
  • I feel too tense to relax. What can I do?
  • How can I introduce more relaxation into my everyday life?
  • How can I take relaxation further?
  • What’s so important about relaxation positions?
  • Effective positions for relaxation
  • What relaxation techniques are there?
  • What do I need to do after a relaxation?
  • What if relaxation doesn’t work for me?
  • Is relaxation always helpful?

Available at; Mind guide to relaxation

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