Are you challenged by having diligently followed a good number of recipes for happiness that have turned out to be unsuccessful?
Do you have enough of the recommendations of psychologists, coaches, and life masters?
Are you tired of being told to simply be yourself because there are no limits to the achievements you can reach?
I’m sure you will particularly appreciate it if you are among those who believe that Murphy’s law is scientifically proven, if you view all politeness with suspicion, if you think that each of your achievements is generated by chance.
And if you often catch yourself affirming the magic words….
Or if you feel a thrill of unconfessed anger when you are addressed with the paradoxical and paralyzing exhortation…
To challenge the concept of happiness, so deeply rooted in our culture, and the self-defeating tension in its pursuit, Paul Watzlawick employs humorous and ironic reasoning that capitalizes on critical thinking and the use of paradox.
Without giving up leading him/her to an answer.
Not to be missed!
First, be faithful to yourself
Four games with the past
Russians and Americans
The story of the hammer
The handful of beans
The elephants cast out
Beware of getting there
If you really loved me, you would gladly eat garlic
Those who love me have something wrong
Let the man be noble, helpful and good
These crazy foreigners
Life as a game