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I have spent 3 less than brilliant evenings reading this book, and this is what I've gleaned. If you want to be brilliant you must:
1. Be grateful for the good things in your life however small
2. Concentrate on the present
3. Be positive
4. Do your best.
5. Avoid all those who get you down.
6. Don't look for happiness outside yourself.
I think that was it. Do you really need degrees in psychology to find this out?
Maybe you just need degrees in psychology to make money from it...
Sorry about flippant approach.
I found the book unbearably flippant too.
It also only seemed to relate to employed parents of young children whose life, evidently, passes in a blur.
What about the rest of us. Unemployed? Old? Childless?
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Initial post: 19 Jul 2014 15:35:11 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 20 Jul 2014 08:54:25 BDT
Science of Happiness? Yuck,Shmuck. It has nothing to do with science. Those of us who are happy have reached this state because we have a fully worked out and time-honoured set of VALUES so we
know we are doing the right thing. Stuff that up your pipe, young 'un!
Posted on 1 Jan 2015 17:19:28 GMT
Kate L says:
Thanks, no need to buy it now x
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