- Author:Paul P. Pearsall
- Publisher:Doubleday; 1st edition (September 1, 1988)
- Pages:339 pages
- Subcategory:Mental Health
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Offers an entirely new path to healing and wellness by activating the joy response -the key to maintaining a spiritual high.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Offers an new path to healing and wellness by activating the joy response, the key to maintaining a spiritual high.
Super Joy has been most helpful to my husband and me. In brief, the author, a psychologist named Paul Pearsall . In brief, the author, a psychologist named Paul Pearsall, learned (from his patients, in particular a woman who had suffered terribly in a WW2 concentration camp) that, no matter what the circumstances, there's no good reason to let trouble destroy your happiness. The book is extremely practical with excellent ideas about how to create joy when most people would give in to misery. Dr. Pearsall (he's dead now) wrote a lot of books in which his ideas got progressively more oddball, especially after he was within hours of death from cancer and was suddenly and miraculously healed.
Paul Pearsall (1942-2007) was an American neuropsychologist and author. Pearsall was a 1963 graduate of the University of Michigan. His postgraduate degrees were earned at Wayne State University: a Masters Degree in Educational and Clinical Psychology in 1965, and PhD in Clinical and Educational Psychology in 1968. His postdoctoral work included studies at United States Army War College, and the Arizona, Harvard and Albert Einstein Schools of Medicine.
Super Joy dies not belittle your problems or wish your stresses away. One again, Paul Pearsall, P.
Super Joy goes far beyond happiness or contentment. Super Joy dies not belittle your problems or wish your stresses away. best selling author of Super Marital Sex and Super Immunity, considers how we really live-which is not always the best way-and has developed a revolutionary new psychology, based on being super healthy, super strong, and super joyful. Pearsall studies people who don’t get sick-despite the stresses of modern lifestyles-and applies their characteristics to daily living.
Calling this a joyology textbook, Pearsall relates how the joy response is more than just an emotional reaction-it is a real physiological reaction in the body that can lead to total wellness. From the author of the bestsellers Super Marital Sex and Superimmunity.
Paul Pearsall (1988). Super joy: in love with living, Doubleday Books. Paul Pearsall (2009). Last Self-Help Book You'll Ever Need: Repress Your Anger, Think Negatively, be a Good Blamer and Throttle Your Inner Child, . 6, Basic Books. Joy, Results, True Joy. 18. The word 'silly' derives from the Greek 'selig' meaning 'blessed. There is something sacred in being able to be silly.
More about Paul P. Pearsall. About Paul P. a ist, has given more than 5,000 national and international presentations and speaks regularly at Fortune 500 companies, organizations, medical schools, and societies. He is the author of several books, including Write Your Own Pleasure Prescription, a. ore about Paul P.
Offers an new path to healing and wellness by activating the "joy response", the key to maintaining a spiritual high, and by building optimism, enthusiasm and the natural desire to feel good. Stop looking for love and start showing it. Paul Pearsall.