Life Is Short, Wear Your Party Pants

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Hay House, Inc, Feb 1, 2004 - Conduct of life - 189 pages
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Loretta La Roche has helped millions of people find ways to lighten up and overcome stress. Now, in Life Is Short-Wear Your Party Pants, she gives you the tools you need to not only reduce feelings of tension, but also to bring joy, passion, and gusto into your life. Her techniques are a brilliant blend of old-world common sense and the most contemporary research in brain chemistry, psychology, and mind-body studies. Loretta gives you dozens of proven techniques for recognizing the ten simple truths that will lead you to an intense, happy, successful life: resilience, living in the moment, opt.
 

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User Review  - revslick - LibraryThing

LaRoche's mantra of think positive and think outside the box to get there all wrapped up in a lot of stale jokes. I have a friend (Jennifer Hart) that could take this material and add a dash of snark to make it really sparkle. Read full review

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User Review  - jlapac - LibraryThing

I was a bit disappointed in this book. I enjoyed her other one [book: Life is Not a Stress Rehearsal] and while I didn't hate this one, I didn't like the lecture format (too much audience background ... Read full review

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INTRODUCTION
SAY YES TO STRESS An amazing life requires resilience
IF NOT NOW WHEN? An amazing life requires living in the moment
THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL An amazing life requires optimism
IT IS WHAT IT IS An amazing life requires acceptance
LAUGH IT UP An amazing life requires humor
PUT A SPIN ON IT An amazing life requires creativity
TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING CAN BE TOO MUCH An amazing life requires moderation
JUST SHOW UP An amazing life requires responsibility
BUT WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? An amazing life requires meaning
JOIN THE PARTY An amazing life requires connection
THE AUTHOR ABOUT
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