How to be Mindful and Stressless – A guide by Gina Biegel.
by Kilali Treasure
Existing in a society that places pressure on young people to figure out their purpose and chase it relentlessly often results in the inability to handle the stress that comes with this conscious and strenuous effort.
Hence, most young people find themselves having multiple emotional and mental breakdowns, and panic attacks due to anxiety that can stem from the fear of not accomplishing their goals or crumbling to the weights on their shoulders entirely which makes them give up entirely.
It is important to be aware of tried and tested methods to deal with stress.
In her book ‘How to be Mindful and Stressless’, Gina Biegel offers simple mindfulness practices for teens and young adults that explain how to reduce stress, build self-esteem and be compassionate. These practices once introduced as part of your routine help bring relief and ease to get you through tough days.
In her book, Biegel identifies these life-hacks that young people should employ for self-care, easing anxiety, and cultivating more ease so as to empower them to improve their own wellness.
“This book brings mindfulness down to earth with many wonderfully simple ways to savor life and come home to yourself. It’s also rich with methods for self-compassion and self-care. Gina Biegel writes with remarkable clarity, simplicity, and heart. A truly beautiful, thorough, helpful book.”—Rick Hanson, Ph.D., author of Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence