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Be Happier in One Hour: Enjoy Better Relationships, Better Health, More…

by D E Hardesty

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This books teaches you how to be happier in one hour, so that you can start enjoying better relationships, better health, more success and a longer life, all from learning how to be happier. This books shows you how you can be happier right now, without anything else changing in your life. This is the second book by D.E. Hardesty, author of Finding Your Power to Be Happy: Seven Practices to Bring Unconditional Happiness into Your Life. In this book, the author reduces his seven practices for happiness into a book that can read in an hour. Included in this book are simple exercises to start these practices immediately. At the end of an hour, anyone who reads this book and tries the exercises can be happier.

The premise of this book, and his first book, is that happiness is natural to us. It is already inside of us waiting to be released. We only have to turn our attention to it. Like a light switch, we only have to learn to turn it on, and keep it turned on.

Real happiness does not depend on the circumstances of your life. You can be happier, right now, without anything changing in your life. If everything in your life is going great, you can be happy. If everything in your life is going wrong, you can be happy. Rich, poor, old, young, male, female, blue-collar, white-collar, pink-collar, no-collar, you can be happy.

Learning to be happy may be the most important thing we can do in life. It may even be the purpose in life. What psychologists have found is that compared to those who are not happy, happy people have better relationships and better health, they are more successful, and they live longer.

Children are born happy, and we expect see them playing and being happy. We do not expect so much happiness when we leave childhood. However, the power to be naturally happy that we knew as children is still there; it never left. This aim of this book is to help you find it again.
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