The School of Life's Calm Book unpacks the causes behind stress and offers advice against panic and fury.Read More
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The School of Life's Calm Book unpacks the causes behind stress and offers advice against panic and fury.
Covering everything from romantic expectations and the weakness of strength to unintended hurt and patience, this hardback tome of 136 pages is sure to help you discover a more zen state of mind.
The School of Life's purpose is to help you live a more fulfilled life. Addressing issues such as career crises, mastering relationships and understanding your past, it delivers its teachings through games, stationery, classes and digital content.
- A hardback tome on finding love
- Comprises 96 pages
- Chapters include 'In Defence of Politeness' and 'The Sources of Calm'