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How to Be Happy (Or at Least Less Sad): A Creative Workbook | Paperback

by Lee Crutchley (Author), Oliver Burkeman (Foreword)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  TarcherPerigee
Edition:  Workbookth Edition
Page Count:  160 Pages
Publication Date:  May 05, 2015
Sales Rank:  10429th


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Author and illustrator Lee Crutchley brings his lively interactive approach to a little-discussed but very common issue: the struggle with depression and anxiety. Through a series of supportive, surprising, and engaging prompts, HOW TO BE HAPPY (OR AT LEAST LESS SAD) helps readers see things in a new light, and rediscover simple pleasures and everyday joy…or at least feel a little less sad. By turns a workbook, trusted friend, creative outlet, security blanket, and secret diary, the pages of this book will offer solace, distraction, engagement, a fresh perspective, and hopeful new beginnings—for readers of all ages and walks of life.

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