Annotation:Boorstein reminds us that our hearts want to appreciate, encourage, and love, and that these qualities lead to a grounded sense of happiness.
Annotation:Many people believe they can only be happy when their problems are solved, relationships improve, and goals are achieved. In this simple guide, Dr. Richard Carlson shows readers how to be happy right now -- no matter the situation.
Annotation:Offers six simple skills that, when practiced consistently, will inevitably lead to greater optimism, courage, good humor, and fulfillment--in short, to happiness.
Annotation:A menu of ten behaviors you can add to your way of living and thinking to enhance every day's journey through the unpredictable terrain of your existence.
Annotation:Gilbert reveals his take on how our minds work, and how the limitations of our imaginations may be getting in the way of our ability to know what happiness is.
Annotation:Offers tools to unearth what stands in the way of happiness and revolutionize the way to experience life.
Annotation:A groundbreaking look at how readers can improve the world around them and achieve new and lasting levels of authentic contentment and joy.
Annotation:This deceptively simple guide offers emergency optimism when readers need it with fresh tips that can be put to use on the spot.
Annotation:Two acclaimed leaders in the field of psychology have developed a revolutionary four-step approach to happiness to create a profoundly positive transformation in readers' lives.
Annotation:Happiness researchers distill their provocative findings and offer a new approach to the puzzle of happiness.
Annotation:This relatable, inspiring project is the result of the author's 12-month adventure in becoming a happier person.