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Dont let lifes frustrations, hassles, and demands get you down. In this book youll find dozens of tests and puzzles that will take your mind off your current worries, exercise your brain, and refocus your thoughts in a positive and constructive way. Don’t let life’s frustrations, hassles, and demands get you down. In this book you’ll find dozens of tests and puzzles that will take your mind off your current worries, exercise your brain, and refocus your thoughts in a positive and constructive way.


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Dont let lifes frustrations, hassles, and demands get you down. In this book youll find dozens of tests and puzzles that will take your mind off your current worries, exercise your brain, and refocus your thoughts in a positive and constructive way. Don’t let life’s frustrations, hassles, and demands get you down. In this book you’ll find dozens of tests and puzzles that will take your mind off your current worries, exercise your brain, and refocus your thoughts in a positive and constructive way.

9 review for Anti-Stress Puzzles: Refocus Your Thoughts and Revive Your Mind

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nynke

    The number puzzles are good and fun to solve once you get past the easy ones. Most other puzzle types have mistakes, one or two word searches have a redundant word and the 'odd one out' questions often have several possibilities; up to you to try and guess which solution Dr Moore might have had in mind..... These 'puzzles' are certainly not stress combating! Btw. what a title to give to a book which suggests a time limit to completing its pages. one eg: When Dr Moore falls asleep at 10.30pm and The number puzzles are good and fun to solve once you get past the easy ones. Most other puzzle types have mistakes, one or two word searches have a redundant word and the 'odd one out' questions often have several possibilities; up to you to try and guess which solution Dr Moore might have had in mind..... These 'puzzles' are certainly not stress combating! Btw. what a title to give to a book which suggests a time limit to completing its pages. one eg: When Dr Moore falls asleep at 10.30pm and wakes up at 6.15pm he thinks he has only been asleep 7.45 hours... (p154)

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