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Prepare to love lykke, the Danish word for happiness and fortune, with The Little Book of Lykke by Meik Wiking, whose Little Book of Hygge sold half a million copies. Wiking goes in search of the real meaning of happiness, and finds it has little to do with wealth. A funny, inspiring read (Psychologies)
Happiness can be elusive even for people who are mentally healthy. Many people, such as those with depression or anxiety who are struggling through darker times, may feel they want to give up the fight. That is why the charming and thought-provoking The Little Book of Lykke could lighten, guide and inspire so many. (Marjorie Wallace, CEO of SANE mental health charity)
About the Author
Meik Wiking is the CEO of the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen. He is committed to finding out what makes people happy and has concluded that hygge is the magic ingredient that makes Danes the happiest nation in the world.
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This was another eye-opening and fascinating book from Meik, who if you didn't already know is the CEO of The Happiness Research Institute. He is committed to understanding happiness and this book was such a captivating read on the things that can impact our happiness but we may not realise it.
I think it's so easy for us to focus on the negatives around us and not realise that there are actually loads of hidden treasures that can improve your happiness- see one of those tips below. I was delighted as a bookworm to read that reading is one of those things.
It's quite hard to put into words how much this book touched a place in my heart. I have only recently started to see light in the world again after suffering from depression. I couldn't get any enjoyment out of life, but thanks to the UK fighting the stigma around mental health, I felt that it was ok to own up to how I was feeling and speak to someone about it and I can't begin to express how much this has helped me and how much my happiness has improved. Meik talks about this in The Little Book of Lykke and it is one of his happiness tips- start talking about mental health! Don't just accept fine as an answer from someone, ask how they are really doing and lets quash this taboo for good around talking about mental health.
Mental health is only one of the many wonderful tips that are given throughout the book. I think I may have been even more inspired after reading this then when I was reading The Little Book of Hygge. The Danes may be the happiest people in the world but that doesn't mean you can't be just as happy where you are.
There are so many things I want to go out and do now and I'm actually quite excited to try them.
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