--- On Wed, 1/4/12, Frank Clayton <[address removed]> wrote:
From: Frank Clayton <[address removed]> Subject: [depression-509] Newsletter Mailing List To: [address removed] Date: Wednesday, January 4, 2012, 6:48 AM
Greetings! As I was writing my newsletter this week, I realized that I have no way of sharing that newsletter with you as a member of the MeetUp group. That's a shame because there was a lot of good information in there about Happiness 201, the
Webinar, the Happiness 101 class that starts on January 19th and something new I'm doing called the Happiness Consultation. So, I wanted to give you an opportunity to be on the newsletter list if you would like to be. If you'd like to be on the list, please reply to this message with your E-mail address. Thanks!
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We do this in two ways: The Happiness Social and Happiness 101.
The Happiness Social is an opportunity to meet people in either being happier or making new friends - or both. The facilitator is adept at helping newcomers to feel comfortable and welcome. Each Happiness Social is a different experience but while you cannot be sure of the specific experience you'll have, you CAN always count on a positive experience and an opportunity to make a new friend.
Happiness 101 is an uplifting class where you will learn HOW to be happy, meet like-minded people and learn to break unhappy habits. Most people believe the myths of Happiness and therefore spend a great deal of energy chasing it, only to end up disappointed. Scientific research has now revealed the things that actually bring us Happiness. Even better: you can start being Happier NOW. Topics covered:
*The Myths of Happiness
*The Happiness Setpoint
*Why You Are Not Happy
*What Happines Is (and is not)
*How and Why You Sabotage Your Happiness
*The Paradox of Choice
*The Hows of Happiness
*Also: how exercise, sleep, social connection, money, beauty, the self-help movement, fame, the brain, American culture, religion, marriage, anti-depressants, anxiety, smiling and meditation relate to Happiness