With its unique combination of storytelling interviews, memoir, and activities, Full Heart Living: Conversations with the Happiest People I Know is as fun and engaging as it is relatable and practical. Pulling himself out of darker times, the author’s vulnerability touches the soul, and the lessons learned make complex ideas simple and doable.
Beyond happiness, this book reveals how to live, with your arms outstretched and your heart wide open. Each delicious chapter concludes with a summary of key points and optional activities that bring the concepts immediately to life.
As intimate as sitting down to coffee with your best friend and as instructional as attending your favorite instructor’s class, this book is a profound reflection on how to live fully with joy and meaning.
These fine Minnesota retailers now carry Full Heart Living:
Sweeney Todd's Salon
Fair Trade Books
Barnes and Noble Galleria
Barnes and Noble Minneapolis
Magers and Quinn Booksellers
Open Book MSP Airport
Read a Full Heart Living excerpt.
The accompanying Full Heart Living workbook can be downloaded for free here.
Narrated by yours truly, the audio version is available at audible.
You'll even find Full Heart Living on Goodreads!
Happiness Webisode: Tom Glaser on Relationships & Connectedness
Happiness Webisode: Tom Glaser on Meditation & Mindfullness
Happiness Webisode: Tom Glaser on Resilience & Health
What is happiness? What is joy?
We probably have asked this question in our lives at one point or another.
But how can a person know if they are truly happy? Do they have to feel good all the time? Is it the feeling of being satisfied and fulfilled with their life no matter the situation?
If that’s the case, then what about the people who are continuously striving to become even better? Are they not happy then?
To shed some light on one of life’s most difficult questions, we asked experts to share the best books on happiness and joy.
Here's a sneak peak at three upcoming "mini-documentaries" that will become the basis of a book on Trauma and Resilience. From psychologist and Full Heart Living author Tom Glaser, MS.