Monday, April 6, 2015

Consumer Critique: meQuilibrium

Disclosure: I received complimentary products to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.

MeQuilibrium is a book that aims to make readers cooler, calmer, and happier. The main premise of the book is that stress is not a problem - rather, it's the way we respond to stress that causes negative physical and mental effects.

The nice thing about the book is that it takes a very holistic approach. It uses psychology as well as the science of resilience to help adjust how readers respond to stressful events. Instead of just teaching coping mechanisms, the book offers ways to help people thrive, even during stressful times. Although some of the tips were things I had heard before, it was a great refresher - and there was definitely some new information as well, particularly about resilience.

You can get a taste of the authors' style by visiting the meQuilibrium website, where you'll find helpful articles, as well as a free chapter download.

Take stress off auto-pilot from meQuilibrium on Vimeo.

"I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review."

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