What Happy Women Know
How New Findings in Positive Psychology Can Change Women's Lives for the BetterBook - 2007
Examines six traps that can compromise happiness and hinder a woman's quest for a better life, drawing on the latest research to offer strategies designed to help women accept the past and move toward a happier future of their own choice.
The director of Canyon Ranch's award-winning Life Enhancement Program draws on the latest discoveries in psychology and gender-specific medicine to help all women enjoy richer, healthier, more fulfilling lives.
In this innovative book about what brings women happiness, Dr. Dan Baker focuses on the five traps that can compromise happiness and leave women yearning for a better life.
Unlike clinical psychology, which focuses on trying to fix what's wrong with an individual, positive psychology builds on a person's natural strengths. The root of most unhappiness, fear, finds a special expression in women, who too often succumb to the happiness traps of perfectionism, wanton wanting, people pleasing, seeking revenge, thinking I'm nothing without X, and overinvesting in their careers.
In What Happy Women Know, Dr. Baker synthesizes a wide range of current research on how women uniquely respond to life's slings and arrows and how they can best bounce back from them. The book offers women a compelling set of tools that will help them accept the past and actively move toward a happier future of their own design.
Provides a close-up look at five traps that can compromise happiness and hinder a woman's quest for a better life, drawing on the latest research to furnish a set of helpful tools, techniques, and strategies designed to help women accept the past and move toward a happier future of their own choice.