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If you take control of the way you feel about all subjects, you will profoundly take control of all aspects of your life. Emotions don?t just happen nor are they inflicted on us by life or others, it just appears that way! Sustainable Happiness is designed to give you this control. This is achieved by painting a unique psychological picture relating to how feelings are thought generated within all physical experience. Thus, giving you a self-empowered way of attaining, sustaining and increasing your own happiness whilst simultaneously building insight and understanding of other people?s…mehr

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If you take control of the way you feel about all subjects, you will profoundly take control of all aspects of your life. Emotions don?t just happen nor are they inflicted on us by life or others, it just appears that way! Sustainable Happiness is designed to give you this control. This is achieved by painting a unique psychological picture relating to how feelings are thought generated within all physical experience. Thus, giving you a self-empowered way of attaining, sustaining and increasing your own happiness whilst simultaneously building insight and understanding of other people?s actions and behaviours. With this empowered understanding of emotion backed up with practical skills you will walk forward shining a continuously brightening inner light. Emotionally responsible individuals shape a happy healthy society, hence anyone wishing to find peace within themselves adds to social peace by default, this is far reaching. Happiness is a life skill you can develop given the desire to do so. There is nothing more important to us all. Sustainable Happiness presents a powerful and direct how-to life manual geared towards anyone who wishes to take control of their life thus feel vibrant and thrive in a way unique unto themselves.
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Richard Haycock lives in New Zealand and enjoys hiking, fishing, archery, and exploring new pieces of countryside.