The Art to Being Happy
About The Author
John peered at the mirror. The face staring back at him seemed foreign and unrecognizable. The furrow between his eyebrows was buried so deep no amount of muscle movement could chase it away. The frown lines on his forehead were also buried deep and what used to be laugh lines around his eyes matched the drooping wrinkles around his mouth. Who was this person in the mirror? What happened to the happy go lucky guy that used to be the life of the party? When had these changes taken place?
John had just returned home from the funeral of his a childhood friend. He had gone to the sink to wash his face, hoping to wash away some of the grief he was still reeling from.
He was awash in memories of the simple, carefree life he and his friend shared when they were younger. In some respect, it seemed like it was just yesterday they were riding their bikes and enjoying a sunny summer day.
What John was going through is normal for most people. It takes some kind of a traumatic experience that jars them into a profound introspection of life and where they see themselves in the world today.
The conclusion many people come to can be summed up by one simple question, “where did the happiness go?” Not just the joy of a single moment like getting a gift but the real happiness of living life to the fullest.
It’s interestingly enough, that state of well-being or happiness, is still with you. It doesn’t just decide to go away one day because your lot in life has changed.
That face looking back at John is the face of someone who decided to forego happiness and trade it off for sadness. The “why” of it isn’t important, but the important question is, can you get it back?
The really good news is, “Yes, you can!” Unhappiness is not a dead, dormant and permanent state of mind. It can be changed and while John may not be able to replace those frowns and worry lines, he can overcome them. How?
It’s a matter of choice
You may be asking, if that’s true, then how do I choose something else? Well, that’s where Cyril Waterford comes in. He has written a manual for you. It’s a roadmap that teaches you how to be happy.
No, it’s not a fairy tale or a crock of baloney. Remember, it’s a choice. It’s a decision that you make to learn to be happy again. No, you may never frolic around like you did as a child but you can definitely change your perception. As you read you will find:
- It’s a very simple manual to read, nothing heavy at all.
- It gives you how to stuff for every day action.
- It allows you to put it to work immediately.
- It’s a bargain and well worth the small price.
What will you learn . . .?
Cyril breaks down the state of happiness so easily that as you read you will find yourself having plenty of “aha” moments. He explains actions you can take to bring about monumental changes in your life.
Learn how to change the way you think
Find out how to spread some love around
Discover looking after yourself
Uncover how to bring changes into your life
How to develop a calm state of mind
Identifying how to avoid some pitfalls of your diabetes
Using the tools to keep things in perspective
This wasn’t written for someone who is looking for a bunch of psycho- babble. This is as real as it gets. This is for someone who truly doesn’t like what they see in the mirror and want to make changes.
Once start using the manual don’t be surprised if people don’t start asking question about you. They may ask you what vitamins you are taking, or why are you smiling or just telling you whatever you’re doing keep it up!
It’s up to you if you want to let them in on the secret!
……. And at just $9.97 it’s a small price to check it out!
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