Dare to Be Happy: Ten Golden Commandments for a Joy-Filled Life!

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AuthorHouse, Oct 23, 2006 - Self-Help - 68 pages
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In today's fast-moving, twenty-first century, we are challenged daily, if not hourly, to meet the hectic pace demanded in our family and business lives.  This constant test to meet  deadlines every minute of the day drains our enthusiasm and spirit.  Dare To Be Happy points out what lifestyle is best to follow and also provides the reader with a realistic approach and the necessary steps in order to rebound, recharge, regroup, and reinvent one's life on a daily basis when stresses are faced or a mental breakdown seems possible.  This little book provides a day-to-day guide for bridging over anxiety and depression.  It points out the effects of stress, anxiety, and depression in our lives, the warning signs and danger signals our body provides to us, and the Action Plan we must follow to enjoy a healthy and peace-centered life.

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I wrote a small book called DARE TO BE HAPPY: Ten Golden Commandments for a Joy-Filled Life.
Presently, it is available as a download, as well as the written copy. As you know, this past week
Robin Williams killed himself. My book talks about recurring depression and the difficulties associated with coming back from a "bout" or "several bouts" of depression. It is PAINFUL.
This book is so appropriate right now.
It contains so many answers and a starting point for folks in the same situation as Robin, in a simple to understand format. The book provides a Daily Schedule for people trying to recover or rebound from depression. I, too, have experienced similar feelings and write from someone who does know.
Sue (Grisham) Hardwig
rsdesignsinc@comcast.net
 

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About the author (2006)

Sue Grisham has gained much practical wisdom in meeting the constant demands and pressures as a mother of four children.  She adores and learns daily from her nine grandchildren, as well.  Sue has a B.S. in Education Degree from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, having worked with business students on the high school and collegiate levels.  Having also been president of her own successful business over a period of twenty years, Sue has had a wealth of down-to-earth  opportunities to experience stress, pressures, and crises first hand, learning to multi-task, juggle, and balance her life.  Her suggestions and recommendations are a product of forty-five years of working to meet challenges, deadlines, and needs of a family, as well as a business career.   Her creative approach to meeting the demands in her busy day is a breath of fresh air.  Her enthusiasm for life and her love of people and God provide hope to the reader and provide practical guidelines for all of  us to follow who have similar needs, demands, and challenges.    

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