http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23281639-the-upside-of-stress Looks cool. Basically, McGonical's argument is that stress does not negatively impact people's health like what was once beleived. A study showed that stress only negatively impact a person's health when the individual believe that it's unhealthy. The same study showed that, when individuals believe that stress is a normal part of life, they're health is good, regardless of stress. The book goes on to say how undertaking stressful things improves one's quality of life (duh!). I'm willing to read it but couldn't find it on TPB. Anyone here have read it? Is it worth to read? Is it worth to buy? If it was like her last book, I'd rather save myself from reading 300 pages of a secondary source and just read the research papers (A lot of The Willpower Instinct was interpreting research papers and applying it to dieters... yeah, I'll pass on that...).