Sunday, June 17, 2012

Chicken Soup for the Soul Giveaway!

Everyone feels stressed out at some point in their lives. Many have trouble getting their stress under control and want help. This book, combining inspirational Chicken Soup for the Soul stories written just for this book and accessible leading-edge medical advice from expert clinical psychologist and Harvard Medical School instructor Dr. Jeffrey Brown, will encourage, support, and help stressed out readers. There are so many different "Chicken Soup" books to pick from, I swear, they have a book for any subject you can think of, and if they don't, I'm sure they soon will. They are always coming out with new titles, and this is one of them. I would love to give 3 lucky readers a free copy of this book, because really....who can't use less stress?

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 There will be three winners, each receiving a copy of the book. Enter in the Rafflecopter below. Sweepstakes runs from 6/17-6/30 with the winners being emailed by 7/2 and having to respond by 7/5. Good luck!
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  1. Yes, I have a couple of them that I read on occasion. I enjoy the stories in them.

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  2. I read the Christmas stories one.

  3. Yes, I have read several Chicken soup for the cat lovers soul, and Chicken soup for the single soul, and Most recently Chicken Soup the Magic between mothers and daughters


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