These 101 inspiring stories show the many ways we can find happiness, whether it's by counting our blessings, embracing simple pleasures, fostering connections, or making learning a life-long priority. Broadcaster Deborah Norville's preface shows how she found renewed purpose in life after a setback, while the stories from cancer patient Angela Sayers that bookend the collection are excellent reminders to embrace every day as much as possible. Performer Cynthia Barrett's sweet, uplifting voice is a pleasure to listen to. All in all, an excellent pick-me-up for those who need a push toward happiness.
What makes you happy? Others share how they found their passion, purpose, and joy in life in these 101 personal and exciting stories that are sure to inspire and encourage listeners to find their own happiness.
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Happiness will encourage listeners to pursue their dreams, find their passion and seek joy in their life with its 101 personal and inspiring stories. This book continues Chicken Soup for the Soul’s focus on inspiration and hope, reminding us that we all can find our own happiness.
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yes, but not on this topic and I would do a little research first. Seemed like every story involved a father and his baby infant, a mother and her children, a husband and his wife, for those of us that are single, alone, and without children, this book does not really apply. I found myself getting sad at how much i missed and wanted these things.
yes, but not on this topic, they obviously have good books on record.
I enjoyed her voice and commentary, just not the substance.
every other one involving an infant and how they changed someones lives.
win some loose some
A really heavy bias of stories from women. Narrated by a lady too so I feel as though the title should be altered to alert the listener as to the content. That said I listened to it all (double speed worked well for me) and can definitely recommend it for women but it's not one I'll be listening to again.
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