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Fit to Be Well, Essential Concepts

      Although this textbook is not suitable for a wellness course that aims to explore all dimensions of wellness, it devotes an entire chapter to stress management and behavior change. The in-depth description of each stage of change, the factors that support lifestyle change, and strategies for moving along the continuum provide a good structure for students to build lifestyle decision-making skills.
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