An Entire Psychology of Happiness Course Conveyed in Easy-to-Read Emails
Understand the psychology of happiness. Discover why happiness is simply a choice. And, learn four simple ways of choosing happiness in this succinct guide that can easily be read over a weekend or long plane flight.
"What a beautiful gift–a few simple steps that can end what's therefore often, and for therefore many, a futile quest for a truly happy life…This is simply a simple, practical guide for anyone who’s searching for that elusive state called true happiness " – John McGrail, Ph D. Clinical Therapist
"What a terrific text, especially for those who have yet to learn lessons of happiness, success, and their personal responsibility in making each happen. Definitely a must read for all!"- LaQuisha Beckum Ed S. Professor of Psychology
About Authentic Happiness in Seven Emails
Have you found yourself caught in the happiness trap: in the continual pursuit of happiness? After years of pursuing happiness through money, relationships, and material possessions, Vickay found herself unfulfilled and unhappy. A college course on the psychology of happiness taught by a philosophy instructor piqued her curiosity. On a whim she was inspired to contact the professor for some insights on how to break out of her rut. His ideas forever changed her approach to finding happiness and started her on a path towards living life more skillfully.
It all began with an email, containing a simple question, asked at the right time: How can I be happier?
– What makes us happy?
– If happiness is simply a choice, why don’t we always choose it?
– What's happiness anyway?
– How can we experience more peace and less negativity?
– How can we experience more joy?
– How can we be more engaged and satisfied with our lives?
– How can we live a meaningful life and rediscover our sense of purpose?
Topics Include: the happiness equation; positive psychology; flow experiences; the hedonic treadmill; hedonic adaptation; cultural conditioning and the unconscious mind; mindfulness and meditation; gratitude; negative thinking and the negativity bias; internal locus of control, and much more.
The professor draws on modern psychological research to provide practical tools for experiencing consistent, everyday happiness, except he also raises philosophical questions that will have you discovering your own unique insights on life.
Authentic Happiness in Seven Emails is more than a collection of emails or an introductory textbook to positive psychology. It's an inspirational, thought-provoking guide to the science of happiness and to a life well lived.
Whether over a week, weekend, or long plane flight, what better investment of your time than to learn the basics of the psychology of happiness?
Why not learn how to be happy starting today?