A Cognitive Behavior Workbook to Bring Happiness to Every Day of Life
Author: Russell Grieger
The Serious Business of Being Happy combines scientific research and clinical experience to lay out a wealth of strategies to bring about happiness with oneself, other people, and daily life in general. Suitable for a wide range of mental health professionals, the book provides an applicable, comprehensive step-by-step approach to fulfilling a happy life. Chapters draw on Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy theory and practice to illustrate key areas where happiness can be maximized, including identifying life purpose and sacred principles, finding happiness with oneself, and finding happiness with others. Also included is a personalized "Happiness Action Plan," along with case examples, exercises, and reflections, to translate the ideas into concrete action. Leaving aside the psychobabble and feel-good clichés, The Serious Business of Being Happy is a valuable resource for practitioners working with individuals to build a positive psychology in everyday life.
A fun book to inspire young children to love themselves by accepting who they are, what they do and what they believe in. It is a story about three dinosaurs, who have different beliefs/ways of living and who come across people who do not accept them for that. Come, read and explore the body Island with our Dinosaur family but most importantly discover ‘The Secret to being happy!’
Are you looking for help in relationships with family, friends, and co-workers? Do you want more out of life? Do you find yourself blue or depressed? Have you been confused or lost? Have you tried various modalities to get out of the slump, to no avail? Daily use of my tools will help you reach the happiness you desire. I refer to my tools as toys to give you permission to be childlike while taking the power to be your own advocate and BFF (best friend forever). My toys are easy and will teach you that at any moment, even a perceived serious moment, you can have fun. These toys include breathing techniques, meditation, affirmations, intentions, and building solid rapport. Be childlike and playful as you use these toys to release yourself from the hamster wheel you've been on. When did we get so serious about life that it sucked the fun out of fun? Making life a game and having fun are my lifes motto and sole purpose. This outlook helps me discover more possibilities in every situation to be happier and more successful. When you play and make life a game, it will lighten any moment or frustration and you will be able to find ways to get over the slump, find the answer, have deeper relationships, and see the next steps on your path. These toys can assist you in discovering the answers youve been looking for. Come play with me!
Release on 2008-02 | by Alex A. Lluch,Helen Eckmann
Author: Alex A. Lluch,Helen Eckmann
Pubpsher: WS Publishing Group
Introduces two hundred inspirational tips and practical tips that readers can use to make simple changes in their lifestyle and perspective, from accepting oneself and overcoming fears to enhancing health and building self-esteem, that can help them make lasting changes in their lives and achieve true and lasting happiness. Original.
Release on 1942-12-31 | by Rev. Fr. Paul O'Sullivan
Author: Rev. Fr. Paul O'Sullivan
Pubpsher: TAN Books
Lovely short anecdotes from the lives of the Saints, showing us in a warm, encouraging and inspiring way the importance of prayer and the ease with which we can all derive great benefits therefrom, without yet being Saints ourselves. Covers the meaning of the basic Catholic prayers; plus, the Mysteries of the Rosary and the wonders of the Mass. Written for all and all should read it.