6M:53S of pure technicolour motivational gold-dust in full 2D
The book has had great reviews so far:
“A wonderful idea and gives people the tools live life to the full by linking humour, emotion, psychology and health." Professor Richard Wiseman, University of Hertfordshire, author of 59 Seconds
'You'd have to be agelastic, or even misogelastic, to keep a straight face through this playful and practical guide'.
Dr. Jon Sutton, Chartered Psychologist and Managing Editor of The Psychologist
As a neurobiologist I am very aware of the effects of emotional states on the brain but Stephanie expands and develops on this in a beautifully constructed piece of work that is understandable to anyone... Maybe (though there is so much political correctness out there now it’s a bit hard sometimes to know when you can laugh), but you can certainly adopt Stephanie’s approach – laugh and your internal world may learn to laugh with you. That sounds like a good result.Andrew Curran, Practising paediatric neurologist and neurobiologist, Author of The Little Book of Big Stuff about the Brain and Get off the Sofa
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