Happiness Is A Serious Problem - Book/CD (Bundle)
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In Happiness Is A Serious Problem, Dennis Prager provides you with a lifetime's worth of insights and techniques for beating human nature. He teaches you how to repair the problem spots in your nature and how to find lasting happiness.
In this bundle, you get both the Happiness is a Serious Problem book, plus Happiness Is A Serious Problem: A Human Repair Manual, the audio CD set of the original talk that inspired Dennis to write the book.
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Attain Happiness by Understanding It.
How can we overcome our insatiable natures? Using real life
examples, Prager helps you understand the differences between what will
make you personally happy and what others have convinced you will make
you happy, and he shows how to isolate and repair these false
Happiness Is a Habit.
Prager teaches you how to shockproof your happiness against
the inevitable trials of a profoundly difficult world. From
establishing a sense of meaning and purpose to your life to letting
happiness be a by-product of other pursuits, Prager gives you the tools
and strategies you'll need to make your happiness last.
Happiness Is an Obligation--to Yourself and to Others.
Not only do we have a right to be happy, we have an obligation
to be happy. Our happiness has an effect on the lives of everyone
around us-- it provides them with a positive environment in which to
thrive and to be happy themselves. "Ask any child what it was like to
grow up with an unhappy parent, or ask parents what daily pain they
suffer if they have an unhappy child," argues Prager. "It then becomes
obvious why happiness is a moral obligation."
We Are Completelely Satisfied with Nothing There is a correlation between the circumstances of people's lives and how happy they are.
This Is the Repair Manual We Should Have Been Handed at Birth When you ask people about their most cherished values in life , "happiness" is always at the top of their list. However, unhappiness does not seem to be the exception today — it's practically the rule. Why? Because human nature is insatiable. In order to be happy, we first have to battle ourselves.
Happiness is an obligation—to Yourself and to Others Not only do we have the right to be happy, we have an obligation to be happy. Our happiness has an effect on the lives of everyone around us—it provides them with a positive enviroment in which to thrive and to be happy themselves.