By: D Morris
Rather than a self-help guide to becoming happy, this book focuses on the great diversity in sources of happiness. Classifying happiness under categories such as competitive, genetic, sensual, painful, and dangerous, Morris suggests that there are numerous different personality traits which may lead to individual happiness. Moreover, readers are encouraged to seek out alternative sources of happiness from aspects of their life that they may not have perceived as being able to give them joy.
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