In North America, less than 2% of the population grows or raises the food all of us eat. Everyone’s job places them under some degree of pressure, but farmers make their yearly wage after harvest. It is no surprise that people get stressed when their entire years wages rely on things as unreliable as the weather, and financial commodity markets. For this reason I run a specially priced program for farm families.
What I do is not psychology, it is a class on thought management that partipants tend to find very enjoyable to do. If you would like to discuss the details of this program, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (780) 439-0341. No one who contributes so much to society should have to handle that stress alone.