Orlando, Fla. (PRWEB) August 28, 2012
According to an article posted in the US News on April this year, “Happier people deal better with hardships”. This was based on the findings of George Bonano, a psychologist at Columbia University. With the current economic crisis that the United States and several European countries are facing, finding ways to make a person happy is indeed useful information. In relation to this, Dr. Wanda I. Bonet-Gascot’s book titled “Why am I not Happy?” reveals fascinating concepts that aid people in finding overall fulfillment and satisfaction within their lives.
Compelling and filled with perspective, “Why am I not Happy?” is a riveting literary work that shares an in-depth analysis of the various facets of the human experience. This book is an eye-opening selection that enhances a person’s relationship with himself, with people and with God. A useful tool in developing one’s overall well-being, this page-turner transforms millions of lives for the better.
In this book, the story of the disciples of Emmaus is intertwined with several fascinating tales, including the author’s professional journey. Inspiring and uplifting, these accounts indicate the importance of faith not only on the external elements of daily life, but most importantly, on the profound workings of the spirit. Motivating and inspirational, this selection entices one to strengthen his faith in the profound workings of God, thus allowing him to find peace and joy in almost every situation.
Beyond a story of reflection, this work is a manual that contains helpful exercises that allows readers to assess their feelings and where they personally stand. These techniques are vital as part of a strategic method which the author believes will facilitate an effective course of action, hence leading to a life well-lived.
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Why am I not Happy? * by Dr. Wanda I. Bonet-Gascot
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