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Field Guide to Happiness for Women Paperback – 29 May 2009


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Barbara Ann Kipfer has published more than forty books, including the best-selling "14,000 Things to Be Happy About, Field Guide to Happiness" (Lyons Press), "Instant Karma," and "8,789 Words of Wisdom."

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9c94e1d4) out of 5 stars 1 review
HASH(0x9a4cd5dc) out of 5 stars If you're looking for a self-indulgent waste of your time that's positively dripping with saccharine insincerity 22 Jan. 2016
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If you're looking for a self-indulgent waste of your time that's positively dripping with saccharine insincerity, look no further! This is the single worst book I think I've ever read. I was required to read this for a meditation class, and I should have just taken an F and saved us all the trouble. The author literally makes the statement that "we" should not make sweeping generalizations and then uses the sentence "It's true for each and every one of us" on THE SAME PAGE. I wish I was joking. This is a book that was written by someone who was bored and desperately needed a hobby. You can get better advice on yahoo answers.
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