Nerves and Common Sense by Annie Payson Call

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Author Call, Annie Payson, 1853-1940
Title Nerves and Common Sense
Contents Habit and nervous strain -- How women can keep from being nervous -- "You have no idea how I am rushed" -- "Why does Mrs. Smith get on my nerves?" -- The trying member of the family -- Irritable husbands -- Quiet vs. chronic excitement -- The tired emphasis -- How to be ill and get well -- Is physical culture good for girls? -- Working restfully -- Imaginary vacations -- The woman at the next desk -- Telephones and telephoning -- Don't talk -- "Why fuss so much about what I eat?" -- Take care of your stomach -- About faces -- About voices -- About frights -- Contrariness -- How to sew easily -- Do not hurry -- The care of an invalid -- The habit of illness -- What is it that makes me so nervous? -- Positive and negative effort -- Human dust -- Plain every-day common sense -- A summing up.
Credits Produced by Steve Solomon. HTML version by Al Haines.
Language English
LoC Class RA: Medicine: Public aspects of medicine
Subject Mental health
Category Text
EBook-No. 4339
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Dec 27, 2020
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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