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Gifts & Deals
Jan 03, 1994
| ISBN 9780449907993
Feb 09, 2011
| ISBN 9780307788283
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Jan 03, 1994 | ISBN 9780449907993
Feb 09, 2011 | ISBN 9780307788283
"Barry very explicity reveals the options and choices we can all make to find the road to happiness."BERNIE SIEGEL, M.D.Author of LOVE, MEDICINE AND MIRACLESBarry Neil Kaufman, therapist, author, motivational speaker, and founder of the Option Institute shows you how you can use the traits of happy people to change your life quickly, and easily. His shortcuts to happiness include: making happiness the priority; accepting your personal authenticity, the freedom to be yourself; learning to discard regrets about the past and worries about the future, and so much more.
"I have long admired the word of Barry and Suzi Kaufman. In this new book, Barry very explicitly reveals the options and choices we can all make to find the road to happiness."Bernie Siegel, M.D.Author of LOVE, MEDICINE, AND MIRACLESBarry Kaufman demonstrates clearly and dramatically, that the potential for happiness is inside each of us. He and his wife have observed that people who are most successful in finding happiness share certain traits. And he has used these traits to create six Shortcuts to Happiness that you can begin using immediately. Kaufman demonstrates clearly and dramatically how to make the choice by making love a viable, vital, useful force in our daily lives.
Barry Neil Kaufman teaches a uniquely self-accepting and empowering process (The Option Process®), which has both educational and therapeutic applications. He and his wife, Samahria, are co-founders and co-directors of The Option Institute and Fellowship, which offers programs for people either… More about Barry Neil Kaufman
This is one of those books that just called to me. With its bright red cover and petite format, it practically leapt off the shelf. I actually had picked it up as a gift for a friend–only to find myself reading it when I got home. I especially love the idea of choosing happiness now, as opposed to postponing it and subjecting myself to all sorts of obstacles in the meantime. It really made me stop and think about how I struggle to be right or to have things my way–imagining that will ensure some future happiness–at the expense of my happiness in the present. Plus, I was already a firm believer in the healing power of affirmations, and this title actually has helped me to focus and refine my practice of them. I never did give the book away. = )Laurie Kahn, Associate Managing Editor
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