Making happy people: the nature of happiness and its origins in childhood
Harper Perennial, 2006, 152.42 MAR
From the author of the highly successful Counting Sheep comes a new book on the study of happiness. Looking at the origins of happiness within the individual during the lifelong process of development from birth to death, Making happy people also explores the relationship between happiness and success, and the ways in which early experience, parents and education influence each individual's capacity for happiness, the most sought-after and most elusive human property.
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