How to be Happy (No Fairy Dust or Moonbeams Required) by Cara Stein

How to be Happy (No Fairy Dust or Moonbeams Required)

By Cara Stein

  • Release Date: 2011-04-20
  • Genre: Self Help
Score: 4
From 162 Ratings
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It’s not easy being happy in today’s world. Let’s face it, most people don’t enjoy their lives much. Between their jobs, money worries, too many things to do, and too little time, most people are lucky to have one hour of happiness a week.

Don’t settle for that! Even if you have a pretty good life, maybe a B+, you can have more. You can build the life you want and be happy. It’s not a trick or a scam, it’s not a bunch of silly nonsense you tell yourself and try to believe, and it’s not outside your power. It’s real, and it’s a gift you can give yourself.

What you’ll learn inside:

* The roots of unhappiness and 6 common mistakes people make when seeking happiness

* The mechanics of happiness and how it really works

* 10 faulty assumptions that may be holding you back

* How to let go of old memories, thoughts, and beliefs that stand in your way

* 10 tools you can use to create genuine happiness now

* How to build purpose and meaning into your life (no religion required)

* How to go from stressed out to chilled out

* How to feel great and enjoy life on an everyday basis

This book will tell you how you can be truly, genuinely happy on a daily basis. I’ve gathered the best from academic research, books, and my own experience to create this simple yet comprehensive happiness guide, and it’s yours free, along with a companion guide full of thought-provoking exercises to help you get a faster start on the road to happiness.


  • Just what I needed

    By Stacynprim
    Fantastic book with some real ideas and "projects" To work on. A great read.
  • Not good if your unhappy due to bad health

    By Chomer86
    If your unhappy due to bad health out of your control like i am (heart condition) then reading this book is only going to make you unhappier. I got to page 15 where it told me, the fight flight response is more likely to make us have a heart attack and that the most frightening thing we see is probably a stapler. Clearly this book is wrote by someone who is in good health and quite narrow minded.
  • Outstanding self help

    By Lac09
    Amazing!! Couldn't put this down and I'm not one for reading. After having a terrible time this book is working its magic on me and happiness is not too far away! Thank you for this and all the best for a happy future :) x
  • How to be Happy (no Fairy Dust or Moonbeams Required)

    By MildewM
    Found this an inspirational book. Given me lots of food for thought. The books which you mentioned at end some of these I will look at for further reading. Now is a new day and will put some small changes to start with in action. Thank you for writing this book.
  • Loved it

    By Peebles fan
    Really enjoyed this book. I have recently left an abusive marriage that I was stuck in for years. The bit about being unable to properly love when you feel fear is so true. I am still scared of what my husband will do. We live in a small town and he knows my every move. But through this book I can see a way forward. Thank you so much. Fiona
  • One of the best!

    By LittleMissPrincess21
    I think this book is pretty amazing and definitely one of the best of its kind. Its different in that it's an open honest account of what the author has learned about happiness and that's it! I can relate to all of it, it's an enjoyable read, not an effort and my favourite thing is that there's no self help questions at the end of each chapter involving pen, paper and navel gazing! Just relating to the authors own account. Brilliant and effective, would recommend!
  • Refreshing read!

    By Emma McMillan
    I enjoyed reading this book. It's nice to see things from a different perspective and to look and life in a more positive way.
  • Good read

    By CharisMsCherry
    It's a good read
  • Read it!

    By Turiken
    "Why be helpless when you can be awesome instead?" I love this philosophy and this whole text. It really helped me feel more positive!
  • Great read

    By Jonefun
    This book is very well written and the author sounds like a lovely person, it's great how she's written a book because now she's happy all she wants to do is spread the word and that's what its all about, well worth a read, I'd have bought it if it werent free!