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NERVES

AND

COMMON SENSE

BY

ANNIE PAYSON CALL
Author of " Power Through Repose,"
" As a Matter of Course,"
" The Freedom of Life," etc.

 

NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION

 

BOSTON
LITTLE, BROWN. AND COMPANY,
1925

 

Copyright, 1909, 1912,
BY Little BROWN, AND COMPANY

Copyright, 1908, 1909,
BY The CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY

All rights reserved.

   MANY of these articles first appeared in "The Ladies' Home Journal," and I am glad to take this opportunity of thanking Mr. Edward Bok--the editor--for his very helpful and suggestive titles.

   ANNIE PAYSON CALL.

 

CONTENTS

    I. HABIT AND NERVOUS STRAIN

   II. HOW WOMEN CAN KEEP FROM BEING NERVOUS

   III. "YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW I AM RUSHED"

   IV. "WHY DOES MRS. SMITH GET ON MY NERVES?"

   V. THE TRYING MEMBER OF THE FAMILY

   VI. IRRITABLE HUSBANDS

   VII. QUIET vs. CHRONIC EXCITEMENT

   VIII. THE TIRED EMPHASIS

   IX. HOW TO BE ILL AND GET WELL

   X. IS PHYSICAL CULTURE GOOD FOR GIRLS?

   XI. WORKING RESTFULLY

   XII. IMAGINARY VACATIONS

   XIII. THE WOMAN AT THE NEXT DESK

   XIV. TELEPHONES AND TELEPHONING

   XV. DON'T TALK

   XVI. "WHY FUSS SO MUCH ABOUT WHAT I EAT?"

   XVII. TAKE CARE OF YOUR STOMACH

   XVIII. ABOUT FACES

   XIX. ABOUT VOICES

   XX. ABOUT FRIGHTS

   XXI. CONTRARINESS

   XXII. HOW TO SEW EASILY

   XXIII. DO NOT HURRY

   XXIV. THE CARE OF AN INVALID

   XXV. THE HABIT OF ILLNESS

   XXVI. WHAT IS IT THAT MAKES ME SO NERVOUS?

   XXVII. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFORT

   XVIII. HUMAN DUST

   XXIX. PLAIN EVERY-DAY COMMON SENSE

   XXX. A SUMMING UP