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Être heureux, ce n'est pas nécessairement confortable
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Being Happy Is Not Always Comfortable

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Être heureux, ce n'est pas nécessairement confortable Édition illustrée

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The popular belief that happiness depends on feeling good and leading a carefree life is an illusion. It can play tricks on us and prevents us from fully enjoying those genuine moments of happiness that punctuate our lives. Thomas d'Ansembourg calls it the anti-hap- piness trap, into which we are too often prone to stumble. He has singled out several such traps during his own life and those of his acquaintances. He has studied the way these traps work, observing the ways they affect our daily lives and thought processes. Using specific examples, the author helps us under- stand how these counter-productive traps restrict our lives and offers practical tips for breaking free.

His program may sometimes be uncomfortable, but it is crucial for overcoming the challenges that life throws at us, helping us rediscover a place of inner peace and well-being. See complete product information (French)
Price : 
18.95 $ CAD
ISBN : 
9782761943901
Publication date : 
September 2015
Category : 
Psychology & Self-Help
Pages : 
152 pages


Author

Thomas D'Ansembourg

Thomas D'Ansembourg

Trained in various psychotherapeutic approaches, notably Dr.
Marshall Rosenberg's method of Nonviolent Communication, Thomas D'Ansembourg is a training facilitator, lectures worldwide
and offers individual consultations. See full author information (French)


Alexis Nouailhat

No english biography of the author. See full author information (French)




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