You Can Feel Good Again (Paperback)
Common-Sense Strategies for Releasing Unhappiness and Changing Your Life
Plume, 9780452272422, 192pp.
Publication Date: September 1, 1994
Now, You Can Feel Good Again has one simple message: changing your thinking changes your life. Carlson offers a commonsense method that allows anyone to release unhappiness and negativity related to present circumstances or past events, and return to a natural state of well-being in the present. You Can Feel Good Again is full of humor, wisdom, and thoughtful guidance—a genuine tool to foster the realization that happiness and contentment are truly one thought away.
About the Author
During his life, RICHARD CARLSON, Ph.D, was considered one of the foremost experts in happiness and stress reduction in the United States and around the world, and was a frequent guest on such shows as Oprah, The Today Show, The View, CNN, Fox, PBS, and over 2000 other shows. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff continued to be a publishing phenomenon, with over 20 titles in the series, two of which were co-authored with his beloved wife, Kris. He died of a pulmonary embolism in December 2006, at the age of forty-five.
The words “don't sweat the small stuff” became a part of American culture thanks to Carlson’s book of the same name, which became a runaway bestseller and made publishing history as the #1 bestselling book in the United States for two consecutive years.
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff spent over 100 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and is still considered one of the fastest selling books of all time. It has sold over 15 million copies worldwide.
Praise For You Can Feel Good Again: Common-Sense Strategies for Releasing Unhappiness and Changing Your Life…
"Presents the answers we are all looking for in a profoundly simple and personal manner... A great shortcut to psychological health and recommended reading for all my clients."—Joseph Bailey, author of The Serenity Principle
"A helping hand out of a low mood."—Stephen Levine, author of A Gradual Awakening and Who Dies?