Richard Carlson (Author), 1994.
Carlson is the acclaimed author of the international bestseller Don't Sweat the Small Stuff. In this book he explores the common-sense strategies for discovering lifelong happiness. Revolutionary in its simplicity and accessible to all, this bestselling book offers commonsense methods that allow you to let go of depression and tap into natural joy.
In this indispensable handbook, Richard Carlson demonstrates how we can change everything in our lives – earn more money, meet new friends, get a new job – yet still feel dissatisfied.
Happiness, he says, is not 'out there' but within, a state of mind that is independent of circumstance: "If you begin to see that your thoughts are not the real thing – they're just thoughts and as thoughts they can't hurt you – your entire life will begin to change today." Carlson's step-by-step guide explains:
This book does exactly what the title suggests, it tells you how to become the master of your own thoughts. How to stop dwelling on past events and to start living in the moment.
Since reading this book I have totally changed my way of thinking. If you suffer with depression, find yourself feeling down a lot of the time because of thoughts running around and around, then this is the book for you.
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