Happiness can be illusive. We imagine winning the lottery will make us happy. But will it? It will make us rich, not happy. Those feelings of being swamped, things being out of control can stay with us.
At other times we feel as if we have fallen off the pier and no one cares. We are going to drown and there are people standing on dry land eating ice-cream and telling us to swim harder while describing the stormy sea we are in. They are telling us to manage our situation, to breathe slower when what we want is a life-belt!
This practical handbook is your life-belt, toolbox, journal and guide to help you enjoy each day and not dread it. A toolkit to help you survive and get on with life via the scenic route. Everything you are about to read has been tried and tested. This is not theory. These tools are practical steps to help you eliminate your stress and find happiness.
All stress is personal and while all of these tools may not work for you some of them will. Enough to help you achieve a stress-free, happy life. So, when your life feels as if it’s as dark as it can be, the wheels have fallen off, and a storm tossed sea awaits, hold on! Help is at hand. As Richard Bach so eloquently wrote it in his book, Illusions, ‘What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the Master calls a butterfly.’
Ready to show stress the business end of your boot and find happiness? Then welcome to...Be Happy.
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About the Author
Writing is a passion, as are photography and music, they have defined much of my life. I spent many years in television and broadcasting and as a business mentor. I have been writing for most of my life and it took over. I have now written ten books with subjects ranging from stress, a new look at history, black comedy and some spicy bedtime stories.