The Illustrated Happiness Trap

The Illustrated Happiness Trap

How to Stop Struggling and Start Living

Book - 2014
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The life-changing practice of applied mindfulness called ACT is made even more accessible in this fun and easy-to-understand volume that illustrates all the principles with entertaining cartoons.

There's this idea going around that we're always supposed to be happy--and it's making us miserable. The good news is, if you can learn to let go of that impossible expectation, your life will be a whole lot happier. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a simple, self-administered therapy that uses mindfulness to enable you to do just that. This fun, illustrated guide to the method that's made life better for millions is the easiest way yet to learn how to escape the happiness trap and start living a life that's far richer, fuller, and more meaningful.

With ACT you'll learn to:
Reduce stress and worry * Handle painful feelings and thoughts more
effectively * Break self-defeating habits * Overcome insecurity and
self-doubt * Recognize and treasure the whole range of emotions that make
up a satisfying life
Publisher: Boston : Shambhala, 2014
ISBN: 9781611801576
1611801575
Characteristics: 166 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Aisbett, Bev

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AMDLibrary
Sep 26, 2017

Read the book version, this quick guide is helpful to get through the information quickly and better for the visual reader.

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Peasoup5
Sep 01, 2017

Amazingly accessible. Can be read in a few hours. ACT is based on solid empirical evidence, and Russ knows how to get us to embody these concepts in our daily lives. I bought multiple copies of this book and lend them to patients dealing with issues like depression and anxiety.

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