Would you like to know how to be happy? Norman Vincent Peale, in collaboration with outstanding psychiatrist Smiley Blanton, shares his wisdom and years of professional experience in this empowering and easy-to-read book. In an anxious, fast-paced and increasingly uncertain world, more and more people are battling with a sense of emptiness in their lives, a lack of real purpose or even full-blown depression. Drawing on ancient truths, spiritual wisdom and discoveries of modern psychology, The Art of Real Happiness offers a clear blueprint to help you find peace of mind, contentment and real personal happiness. A classic bestseller that has already helped thousands of people around the world change their lives for the better and can now help you too.
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Born in Ohio, USA, in 1898, Norman Vincent Peale grew up helping support his family by delivering newspapers, working in a grocery store, and selling pots and pans door to door, but later was to become one of the most influential clergymen in the 20th-century. Educated at Ohio Wesleyan University and Boston University, he went on to become a reporter on the Findlay, Ohio, Morning Republic prior to entering the ministry and went on to author some 40 books. Peale confessed that as a youth he had 'the worst inferiority complex of all', and developed his positive thinking philosophy just to help himself. He died in 1993 aged 95.
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Book Description Simon & Schuster (Paper), 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130485470
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