Don't Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family (Paperback)

Simple Ways to Keep Daily Responsibilities from Taking Over Your Life

By Richard Carlson

Hachette Books, 9780786883370, 272pp.

Publication Date: April 1, 1998

List Price: 15.99*
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Description

This indispensable guide to family in the #1 bestselling series reveals how to avoid letting the minor setbacks in your home life get you down. With his characteristic candor and piercing insight, author Richard Carlson demonstrates how to resolve such common domestic tensions as:
  • Children who are whining or fighting
  • Issues with your spouse
  • Hassles over household chores
  • Difficult teenagers


About the Author

Richard Carlson, Ph.D., was the author of the bestselling Don't Sweat the Small Stuff series. He passed away in 2006.


Praise For Don't Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family: Simple Ways to Keep Daily Responsibilities from Taking Over Your Life

Praise for Don't Sweat the Small Stuff:


"Over
a decade of positive psychology research seems to validate what we learned
twenty years ago from Don't Sweat the Small Stuff. . . . These wonderful
books help break down and simplify how to achieve that happiness."—Shawn Achor, bestselling author of The Happiness Advantage

"After
almost two decades since the original release of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff,
Richard Carlson's insights on the meaning of life continue to be
timeless. The book teaches us to focus on the 'now' and find balance by
living through contentment."—Deepak Chopra

"Don't
Sweat the Small Stuff
has the power to change our individual and collective
lives. I am deeply grateful to Dr. Richard Carlson and his beloved wife
Kristine for their wisdom and compassion in bringing transformational practices
and perspectives to millions of readers."—Shauna Shapiro, author of The Art and Science of Mindfulness

"Richard
Carlson caused a revolution in all our thinking with his Don't Sweat the
Small Stuff
books. He was like a Zen master in disguise, taking almost an
aw-shucks attitude toward shifting the culture."—Marianne Williamson, New York Times bestselling author of A Return to Love