Not Happy? Get Happy!

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 7, 2010 - Self-Help - 100 pages
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"It is my desire to help young people lost in a life that brings them so much unhappiness. Drugs and alcohol ware off and must be replaced, material things wear out, break down and leave you more unhappy than you were before. Real happiness comes when you find inner peace, it’s a gift from God, cannot be bought or sold, never wears out and never needs to be replaced. Get a natural high on life and everyday living, full of love, life and contentment."
 

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Contents

Above
11
Admire
12
Affirmations
13
Appreciate
15
Argue
17
Asset
18
Attitudeby Charles Swindoll
19
Bathroom
20
Home
56
Hugs
57
Intimacy
58
Jewelry
59
Knowledge
60
Listen
61
Lying
63
Mad
64

Believe
21
Believe in Yourself
22
Body
23
Bored
24
Brag
25
Bullying
26
Busy
27
Certain People are a Joy to Knowby Amanda Bradley
28
Choice
30
Clothes
31
Communication
32
Compassion
34
Complaining
35
Considerate
36
Correct
37
Courteous
38
Credit
39
Decisions
40
Diet
41
Dining
42
Disappointment
43
Discipline
44
Eating
45
Excuses
46
Eye Contact
47
Feelings
48
Flirting
49
Friends
50
Friendship
51
Goals
52
Guest
53
Happiness
54
Heart
55
Manners
65
Mannerisms
67
Meditate
68
Mother
69
Myself
70
Obesity
71
Peace
72
Persistent
73
Positive
74
Prayers
75
Private Parts
77
Questions
78
Relax
79
Respect
80
Roommates
81
Self Conscious
82
Something Good
83
Stress
84
Sympathy and Understanding
85
Thank You Notes
86
Thoughts
87
Tolerance
88
Truth
89
Ugly
90
Verbalize
91
Violence
92
Voice
93
Wardrobe
94
What Will Matterby Michael Josephson
95
Whispering
96
Worry
97
Writing
98
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