Review: Getting A Handle On Happy by Teri J. Dluznieski


We all want to have successful happy relationships. We all know that amazing feeling when we connect with someone and things just click. Things go smoothly and just flow. Before we can have those really great relationships, we need to learn what it means to be happy. And we need to resolve the things that sabotage our happiness. A whole lot of experiences and factors make up who you are. What you do, what you eat, beliefs and perceptions.

Getting a Handle on Happy guides you through all of this, easily and smoothly. One or more of these areas just MIGHT be causing the problems you are experiencing. You will learn exercises that resolve past emotional issues- so that your future relationships are positive and exciting. You will improve your happiness tremendously- just by adding certain vitamins and supplements to your diet. And there are tons of natural remedies you can use. All of these areas will create new insights and perspectives. You will be amazed at how these shifts open new possibilities and resolve past and present problems.

This book will support and guide you through making changes in your life and environment. You will build awareness and feel the ease that follows when you shift your perceptions and perspectives. Suddenly life will feel lighter, brighter, and fuller. You will notice the change, as amazing people begin to enter your life! You are starting to attract the Awesome toward you. You world will begin to flow in new directions that are full of potential and possibility.

My Rating:  4 Stars!

This is a delightful and informative book about spiritual, mental and physical health.  It is a wonderful depiction of how all three work together to make us who we are- and to explain our level of "happy" in which we find ourselves currently residing.

Teri does an excellent job of explaining the spiritual aspect of the human condition through her own Andean-Peruvian spiritual training.  She also does an excellent job of explaining the importance of health and healthy eating and how it contributes to our overall well being.  Teri also explains how our psyche contributes to how we feel and act.  These three elements create an important synchronism of the "human condition".

This book is well written.  The only criticism that I have is the fact that it has some editing issues. (Hence the 4 star rating).  Otherwise, the information Teri passes along is extremely valuable and well presented.

I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking to find more meaning in life!  This book is also ideal in creating a framework to build more happiness into one's perspective!

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