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Stress Pandemic by Paul Huljich - Two USA Best Book Golds

Stress Pandemic by Paul Huljich Wins Two Gold USA Best Books Awards

November 24, 2014— New Zealand born Author and leading stress management expert, Paul Huljich has just won two Gold for the USA Best Books awards 2014, for his Amazon best-selling book, Stress Pandemic, 9 Natural Steps to Break the Cycle of Stress & Thrive – 2nd edtion (Mwella Publishing). Winner of both the USA Best Book Awards 2014 for New Non-Fiction and Self-Help. His book was a finalist for the Health ( Addiction – Recovery, Psychology and Mental Health) and Best Cover Design. Stress Pandemic, hailed by Psychology Today as “one of this season’s most talked about books,” and deemed “a valuable resource” by Publishers Weekly, outlines “9 Natural Steps” to become more aware of the stressors in your life as well as fortifying and empowering techniques to minimize their harmful health effects. USA Book News, the sponsor of the USA Best Book Awards, is an online publication providing coverage for books from mainstream and independent publishers to the world online community.

In Stress Pandemic, Paul Huljich shares his personal story, as the chairmen and joint CEO of Best Corporation, motivating his company to great success before unmanaged chronic stress overtook his health, plunging him toward a downward spiral which resulted in him having a complete mental break down. Despite seeking the best care available, Huljich was told there was no hope for his condition. Determined to free himself from his illness, he began to search for a cure. He voluntarily admitted himself to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and the Menninger Clinic in Kansas for treatment. Ultimately, Huljich succeeded in curing his debilitating condition, fortifying himself and mastering his stress. Readers who follow Huljich’s uniquely powerful and integrated approach can live stress-free, in a natural and holistic way. The 9 Natural Steps are the “natures healing magic at its best” says Paul Huljich. “His motto is prevention is better than cure.” Ask your self, if you are stressed, what are you doing about it?

Huljich is a leading stress expert and management coach, public speaker, and a member of the American Institute of Stress. He has appeared in over 600 radio including BBC an Bloomberg and television shows including Fox TV and is a blogger for Psychology Today. In Stress Pandemic: 9 Natural Steps to Break the Cycle of Stress and Thrive, Hulijch shares both his personal story of struggle and his path toward complete recovery, his complete cure and optimum wellness.

Stress Pandemic is available nationwide Whitcoulls, Paper plus, independent stores and amazon.com

ISBN: 978-0-9848204-0-5. Check www.stresspandemic.com for further details.

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