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Deborah Reber

 
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About a month ago we presented a very riveting interview about the book series, “Louder Than Words” Ours guests were writer Marni Bates and editor and teen advocate Deborah Reber. We had so much to talk about the last time we ran out of time. We are honored to have back on our show Deborah Reber today. Deborah will talk about her book, “CHILL: Stress-Reducing Techniques for a More Balanced, Peaceful You”. Your day starts at 6am and ends at midnight--if you're lucky. You keep up with all two hundred of your friends on Facebook.  You practically invented the word "multitasking." Does this sound familiar?  If so, you're not alone.  You are part of the most overscheduled, overprogrammed, and overwhelmed generation on the planet.  The book Chill is here to help.

According to MTV Network International’s 2006 well-being study, 8-15 year olds are seriously stressed about a variety of issues. They worry about getting good grades, securing a good job in the future, making their parents proud, making friends and being safe. Today’s teens are STRESSED OUT! 

Deborah Reber’s new book, CHILL: Stress Reducing Techniques for a More Balanced, Peaceful You, answers the call with this important and fun guide to stress management for teenagers. CHILL gives the information, insight and tools teens need to create balance and get through the pressures of everyday life. Reber provides a variety of “de-stressing” techniques such as time management, visualization, exercise and creative outlets. The book also offers organizational tips and shows readers how to deal with the side affects of stress.  

Chill’s breezy tone and “sound byte” style interior layout make this the perfect go-to guide for today’s teens! 

DEBORAH REBER has authored and coauthored numerous fiction and non-fiction books, including In Their Shoes and the self help series Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul: The Real Deal. She pens two regular advice columns in the national junior high magazine SIX78th and has spent the past ten years working with young women as a mentor, teacher and coach. She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband and son.
 

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