Practical Help for Stressed Christians

Practical Help for Stressed Christians

Andrew Procter, Elizabeth Procter


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Stress is now a huge factor in modern living, with one-third of British workers likely to suffer from it some stage in their careers. Christians are not immune. Indeed it is arguable that they are even more vulnerable to overstress or burnout than secular people because of behavioural expectations relating to God, Church, society, work and the prevailing culture.
In order to address these particularities, each short chapter in this engaging book responds to a commonly asked question or typical statement, such as ‘How can I tell if I’m overstressed?’; ‘I’m so disillusioned and swamped at work. I don’t know how long I can carry on.’; ‘I’m not managing time for God as I used to.’ etc. The authors then offer basic information, followed by material for meditation or reflection; encouragement of some sort, and finally something for the reader to work on.


Andrew Procter:
Andrew has been a parish priest for thirty eight years and is also a Senior Accredited Counsellor with the BACP. Elizabeth has recently retired as a Consultant Psychiatrist having worked as an NHS psychiatrist for twenty five years. They have four adult children and five grandchildren.