Happiness is complicated because it is more than just pleasure or a simple emotion. Happiness is a basic psychological need. Our psychological need for happiness is connected to everything we do, but there are significant obstacles to fulfilling that need. In childhood we learn behaviors that affect our happiness before we are aware of what we are learning. As adults our conventional wisdom about happiness often misleads us. Fortunately, happiness is reasonably easy to achieve once we learn how it works.
I have written “Intentional Happiness: Your Guide To A Happier Life,” to explain how happiness works and to show how to put the fundamental principles of happiness into action. “Intentional Happiness” is available as an ebook for only $2.99 on Amazon.
I put years of work into writing this book, after decades spent trying to figure out how to be happier myself. I’ve been fortunate to receive very positive feedback from readers who I respect for their life accomplishments.
Abrina Schnurman-Crook Ph.D., Executive Director of the Batten Leadership Institute said, “Mosley synthesizes stories, theory and research into simple action steps that put the reader on course for swift and sustainable change.”
Theodore Kantner MD., former Chair of Family Medicine at The Medical College of Pennsylvania said, “Anyone interested in pursuing personal happiness will benefit from reading, rereading and contemplating this book.”
Tom Tankersley LPC, former Director of Counseling Services at Family Service in Roanoke, VA said, “A straight forward, no nonsense approach to creating lasting happiness.”
After you read the book, I would love to hear your comments and to help you with any questions you may have. Please contact me through this website.