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Hugh Prather

How to Live in the World and Still Be Happy

Discover how to combat gloomy days in this self-help guide packed with wisdom and inspiration guaranteed to bring your smile back.
There are a lot of things in life that we worry and stress about. Our jobs, relationships, and possessions are important to us, and because of that, we look to them for happiness. But when they ultimately disappoint us, they act as obstacles to attaining that very happiness we thought they would bring. In this motivational book, author Hugh Prather urges readers to let go of attitudes that hold us back from experiencing happiness.
When we recognize and address the obstacles in our lives, we open the door for happiness to come in. But it doesn’t happen without putting in the work. During his years of counseling, Prather learned and developed an actual program for being happy. Through following this program, and examining our own lives, we can learn how to actively work towards achieving the happiness we all long for.
In How to Live in the World and Still Be Happy learn:How to find your happy life with the help of concrete exercisesAbout the obstacles that may be standing in your wayThe benefits of an inspirational guide that you can return to again and again
Perfect for readers of Resisting Happiness, How to Be Happy (Or at Least Less Sad), A Year of Positive Thinking, or Get Out of Your Own Way.
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