Item description for How to Be Totally Miserable: A Self-Hinder Book by John Bytheway...
Some people are experts at feeling rotten. No matter what happens, they can always find a cloud attached to their silver lining. How do they do that? How do miserable people get that way? This book has the answers With surefire suggestions like Recycle regrets, Take counsel from your fears, Relive your bad memories, and Blame everyone and everything, you'll learn how to be a breath of stale air at any occasion. (Caution: There is a risk--while musing on methods for misery, you may also discover the highway to happiness.)
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More About John Bytheway
John Bytheway served a mission to the Philippines and later graduated from Brigham Young University. A favorite speaker and teacher, John has been a part-time instructor in Religious Education at BYU. He and his wife, Kimberly, have four children and live in Salt Lake City.
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How to be totally miserable Jul 12, 2008
I really enjoyed this little book. Very quick read. John Bytheway helps you consider your outlook on life and the attitudes you may be projecting. Suggests how you can make yourself miserable with your thoughts and how to turn a negative outlook into a positive attitude.
Spunky little reminders May 18, 2008
Goodness me, but what a clever and yet so obvious example of the great world of reverse psychology as the great John Bytheway takes on people who are never happy and just what may be making them that way. It's cute, clever, and a perfect reader especially for teenagers.
Inspiring May 18, 2003
Great book! Bytheway does a great job in all of his books in encouraging everyone to be better people. Fun to read.