Learn how to think differently about your happiness with a philosophy for creating a realistic yet joyful life.
During times of uncertainty and fear, we need to become even more aware of happy, positive feelings to help neutralize unpleasant ones—especially when these are part of a collective experience that many are feeling simultaneously. Recent studies showAmericans are unhappier now than they have been in the last 50 years, and this number is only growing with pandemic worries and other obstacles. Finding happiness has become an even bigger challenge for many people, but it is possible.
Practical Happiness helps you to consider your own happiness from a different perspective. The four happiness principles that this book is based on are a philosophy for living a realistic yet happy life:
• Happiness is personal
• Happiness Zappers can be managed
• Happiness changes as you change
• Happiness is bigger than you think
These principles will help you recognize personal happiness, manage your “zappers,” and become more aware of new happy moments. You will learn how to apply these principles so you can experience more and consistent happiness in real, concrete, and practical ways.