What makes us happy? Its a question psychologists and sociologists have been struggling with for a very long time. Using her own research, UC professor of psychology Sonja Lyubomirsky has developed a series of personal exercises that people can apply to their everyday lives to improve their sense of happiness in both the short and long term. The book is a mix of science and practical self-help that brings you to a better understanding of just how much control you have over your own happiness. A graduate of Harvard with a Ph.D from Stanford in social psychology, Dr. Lyubomirsky brings her considerable talents to bear on a goal that eludes many of us for much of our lives.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our January, 2008 issue.
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