Good morning, sunshine. Today's the day you realize trying to be perfect...makes you miserable. What to do? A tale for the times, 30 Ways to Happy is Caitlin Roberson's witty account of her journey through Type-A deprogramming - or at least, a sincere attempt.
Thirty brief vignettes explore the tensions of diagnosing one's own artificial expectations, and developing new priorities and behaviors. Enhanced with a layperson's knowledge of neuroscience, this self-help memoir is at once self-deprecating, empowering, and thoroughly entertaining. Who knows what she'll have to re-learn next.
©2015 Caitlin Roberson (P)2016 Caitlin Roberson
being able to listen to it. clever formatting. the author's desire to better the lives of others by sharing her experiences.
the main character :)
neuroscience honesty and the quest for happiness
though I may not agree with all content, conclusions, or strategies discussed (ie: I AM related to the main character - but you'll have to read the book to understand why), this writer has an incredible gift with words and her artistry is beautiful.
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