Commit to Feel Good!: Your Health, Wealth and Happiness Depend on It.

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BalboaPress, Jun 20, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages

Right from the get-go I was never going to believe that we were not meant to be happy! At just 15 years of age the thought of spending the rest of my life in misery because we werent put on this earth to be happy was a thought too frightening to conceive. As I projected this sentiment forward and imagined the long years ahead, then and there I made the commitment that I was going to find the pathway to happiness: that I would live a joyful life.

By the time I had reached my middle years this commitment had become an obsession. During this lifetime, I would find the keys to happiness. Whatever it took, joy was my goal and I wouldnt rest until I found it. With glimpses of happiness along the way, I was motivated and driven.

Love yourself first! What does that mean? How do you do that? There were lots of great suggestions but very few helpful guidelines. Entrenched in a middle-income mindset I held many limiting beliefs that kept me squarely where I was. But for an enquiring mind and a fearless heart that had almost lost its desire to fight on, I may have drowned in the mire of unworthiness.

Little by little the pieces of the puzzle came together. My journey took me to explore both inside and out: what others had to offer and the filters through which I was living my life. A woman on a mission, I wouldnt let it go until I had discovered the answers.

Joy! We are meant to be joyful. We are meant to be happy.


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JOSIE COCO is an energetic, driven woman whose goal was to prove that we are meant to be happy. With a career in western health systems, scientific evidence underpinned her journey. An explorer of the meaning of life, Josie has fearlessly confronted her deepest and most ill serving beliefs and discovered a pathway to a joy.

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