I Don't Know What I Want But I Want to Be Happy

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Health Communications, Inc., Jun 1, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 148 pages
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Happiness is a choice available to you whenever you decide you want it.

If your outlook on life has become a continuous 'whatever,' if you think of your life as a 'hit-and-miss' game that you mostly 'miss,' if you are tired of feeling like a victim of your own negativity, you're not alone! I don't know what I want but I want to be happy is about learning how to find the happiness that you think is missing from your life. It's about deciding what you want, setting goals, and then going about achieving them. It's about really examining yourself and turning everything upside-down and inside-out so you can find the parts that work for YOU.

Now, get happy by:

  • getting rid of negative self-talk
  • finding creative outlets
  • feeling healthier
  • having a 'gratitude attitude'
  • telling the difference between want and need
  • making happy time...and so much more
  

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User Review  - laws - LibraryThing

Excellent book for both young adults and adults about learning to find the happiness you think is missing from your life. It is a short easy read that offers many suggestions and ideas. Read full review

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User Review  - Christelle Joy Bacho - Goodreads

I don't think there is any lesson in this book that I haven't learned by myself or thought through growing up. There are amazing quotes that I will definitely use someday, some fairly average poetry ... Read full review

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Kimberly Kirberger is the coauthor of the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul, Chicken Soup for the College Soul, and Chicken Soup for the Parent's Soul. In addition, she is the author of the Teen Love series, which includes Teen Love: On Relationships; Teen Love: A Journal on Relationships; Teen Love: On Friendship and Teen Love: A Journal on Friendship. She is also president of Inspiration And Motivation for Teens, Inc. (I.A.M. for Teens), a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and helping teens, and cofounder of the Teen Letter Project, a nonprofit organization developed to handle the overwhelming outpouring from teens in response to the books in the Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul series.

Jesse Kirberger is a happy twenty-two-year-old. He plays guitar, sings, writes, and makes people laugh; really laugh. He also flips sausages, cleans buildings, serves a mean Italian ice, and can make the most incredible guitar you have ever seen or heard. Jesse is wise beyond his years and humane to a fault.

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