Saturday, June 4, 2016

Finding Happiness in America! Start the self-help journey


 
     

     Join the Finding Happiness in America community and receive the free Finding Happiness in America newsletter! Each weekly issue features hand-picked articles on the art of finding happiness. You will also receive a well-researched Family Journal blog post as soon as it is published!
     So what exactly is the finding happiness journey? Well, it's a wonderful journey of self-discovery, from the inside-out, one that enables you to reflect on where you are and to imagine new possibilities for yourself. The free newsletter and posts that are sent to you will encourage you to become the person you want to be and be able to cope better in a fast-paced American society laden with overwhelming problems and stress.
 




     If you like, you may also purchase the Finding Happiness in America manual. It offers you a personal and unique experience, for I am available to help you every step of the way: simply contact me using the Secure Contact Form to ask questions or to discuss anything you desire more clarification on. It is not a cookbook approach to help you reinvigorate your life, for you embark on a personal quest that you map out for yourself, based on what's truly important to you.
      You will walk through a learning landscape concerning the issues many Americans face involving family, parenting, educational, social and personal issues that many Americans have.
     Through various exercises, you will analyze and reflect upon your life. This makes the "Finding Happiness" process valuable in the art of self-improvement and in mending things in your life that need mending. 
     By actively engaging in the "Finding Happiness" process, you will unearth inner strengths which you never imagined existed. Begin the journey and gain insight into ways to improve your life…and the lives of those around you.
     And remember, I will be with you every step-of-the-way to assist you as needed in making your journey a successful one- Feel free to contact me on the Secure Contact Form... 24/7!  

Robert Morton, M.Ed., Ed.S. has retired from his positions of school psychologist and adjunct professor in The School of Leadership and Policy Studies at Bowling Green State University. Contact him on the SecureContact Form.