When Am I Going to Be Happy?: How to Break the Emotional Bad Habits That Make You Miserable

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Bantam Books, 1988 - Psychology - 287 pages
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Learn to change the emotional bad habits that make you unhappy. - Recognize Your Emotional Bad Habits (and start to break them) - Throw Off Your Security Blanket (and accept that you can have happiness) - Talk Tenderly To Yourself (and increase self-esteem) - Use The "To You-Ness To Me-Ness" Technique (and respond to negative comments with firm conviction, not rage) - Get Rid Of The Imposter Phenomenon (and stop devaluing yourself) - Accept Praise (and cease being your own worst critic) - Stop Measuring Your Self From the Paperback edition.

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Review: When Am I Going to Be Happy?: How to Break the Emotional Bad Habits That Make You Miserable

User Review  - Sue - Goodreads

Non-fiction. Self-help. Awesome! Second time I read this. Very helpful Three windows of perception and other practical methods. Read full review

Review: When Am I Going to Be Happy?: How to Break the Emotional Bad Habits That Make You Miserable

User Review  - Myrna Trauntvein - Goodreads

The author has some good ideas that are lost in bad suggestions. I am highly moral and found some of her ideas immoral. I would not recommend this book for that reason. Read full review

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF MORAL
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The First Step Toward Independence 000
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The First Declaration of Independence 000
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