Notes on how to Live in the World-- and Still be Happy
Doubleday, 1986 - Psychology - 271 pages
Explores the nature of true happiness, examines attitudes toward work, money, possessions, personal relationships, and self, and provides simple exercises designed to improve one's outlook
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