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National Stress Pandemic Will End In California
Author and stress expert Paul Hujlich offers readers a chance to relax with a trip for two to Los Angeles
“I want everyone to know it’s possible to turn around heath issues by reaching for the life preserver: the 9-step process I created and used to turn my own life around,” says Hujlich. “I wrote this book to empower and inspire people to take control their stress— before it takes control of them.”
Paul Hujlich was co-founder and joint CEO of Best Corporation, an organic food company in New Zealand. In leading the company to a value of more than $100 million, Huljich developed a number of stress-related conditions including anxiety and depression. In 1998 he had a mental breakdown. He lost a lifetime of hard work, and the consequences were disastrous to him and his family.
Despite seeking the best care available, Huljich was told he would inevitably relapse and that there was no cure for his illness. Determined to free himself of his conditions, he began a search for a cure. He traveled to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and voluntarily admitted himself to the Menninger Clinic in Kansas for treatment. Ultimately, Huljich succeeded in fortifying himself and conquering his stress. Since the year 2000, he has not taken any medication related to any condition of the mind, nor has he suffered any relapse or needed any further treatment regarding any kind of mental illness. He has fully cured himself and has never felt better. He shares his personal story of struggle, and his path to complete recovery and optimum wellness in the second edition of Stress Pandemic: 9 Natural Steps to Break the Cycle of Stress and Thrive.
Paul Huljich is one of America’s leading stress experts, a public speaker, a stress management coach, and a member of the American Institute of Stress. He has appeared in over 500 radio and television shows and he blogs for Psychology Today. Hujlich, who frequently tours the United States giving seminars and speaking at conferences, will be attending this year’s American Library Association (ALA) in Las Vegas June 26-July 1. He resides in New York City.
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