Wanting Everything: The Art of Happiness
From the moment of conception, we are in the business of surviving. We come into the world expecting that we can have everything and seeing no reason why we should not have it. But we learn fast, learning that we can’t always get what we want. The accompanying feelings of loss, frustration, anger, aggression, resentment, and sadness can dominate the rest of our lives. This book is all about the frustration endemic in our experience of life. It is about the strategies we evolve to cope with that frustration and convince ourselves that we can, after all, have everything. This book shows how the reader can free themself from the pain of loss, mourning, resentment, envy, and greed to learn to live in the present, enjoying what they have.
Author: by Dorothy Rowe and Michael Fishwick
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