Richard Carlson

You Can Be Happy No Matter What

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In this revised edition, #1 New York Times bestselling author and nationally known stress-management consultant Dr. Richard Carlson reveals a profound breakthrough in human psychology. Most of us believe that our happiness depends on outside circumstances, that by solving our problems, improving our relationships, or achieving success we will find contentment. But Dr. Carlson clearly shows that happiness has nothing to do with forces beyond our control — in fact, he says, it is our natural state.

With this simple and practical guide, Dr. Carlson shows us how to be happy now, before we solve our problems. By understanding five principles — Thought, Moods, Separate Realities, Feelings, and the Present Moment — we can discover a new mode of living that doesn't repress natural emotions yet doesn't allow feelings and thoughts to overwhelm us. You Can Be Happy No Matter What is a navigational tool that gently guides readers through life's challenges and restores the joy of living.
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    Happiness must come first. Anything that develops out of this happiness is wonderful, but fulfilled desire alone does not create happiness.
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    Happiness allows you to see information in new and creative ways and to make rational, productive decisions in a timely manner; it allows you to enjoy, rather than struggle with, the ebbs and flows of life, and it encourages your wisdom and common sense to surface.

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