Spontaneous Happiness

Spontaneous Happiness

Book - 2011
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Dr. Weil offers advice on lifestyle, behaviour, and dietary changes, and helps readers assess their own emotional wellness and build personalized step-by-step plans to manage their moods. With fascinating case studies and a comprehensive program, this guide breaks new ground in the field of happiness.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, 2011.
ISBN: 9780316129442
Characteristics: 281 pages ;,25 cm.


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JCLBeckyC Jun 24, 2013

Not only does Dr. Weil have a righteous beard, he's got a lot of good advice about bad moods.

Apr 01, 2013

Excellent information. But clearly target audience are those with economic resources above average.


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Sep 28, 2019

From page 93:
"Incorporating a goal - one that at least feels useful - into workouts can make them for more enjoyable. ...
The best thing about integrative exercise is that it's easy to get by doing housework and yard work and, especially, by walking. ...
I know many people who report that regular exercise is the single most effective strategy they have discovered to improve their moods. ..."

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