Essentially Happy, by Rebecca Hintze, MS and Stephanie Gunning
In Essentially Happy, Rebecca Hintze, MS explores depression, how we can best overcome it, how to be happy, and how essential oils can affect our mood.
"Everyone wants to be happy. Yet more and more people around the world today are unhappy. Something clearly has gone wrong, and our immediate attention is needed to overcome it. We owe a better life to our families, our friends and coworkers, our communities, and ourselves. Depression is one of the largest problems our world faces. The World Health Organization rates it as the leading cause of disability worldwide and reports that it's a major contributor to the global burden of disease. . . . Approximately 350 million people worldwide are affected by depression. . . .The purpose of Essentially Happy is to suggest tools and techniques to sustain and improve your mood no matter where you fall on the scale of happiness and depression. I decided to ask the question: 'How do we elevate mood and maintain happiness?' and then see what inspiring answers are available from Mother Nature."
In Essentially Happy, Rebecca Hintze, MS explores depression, how we can best overcome it, how to be happy, and how essential oils can affect our mood. Hintze addresses 3 main points that contribute to being happy: good nutrition, a happy lifestyle, and happy relationships. Essentially Happy is a wonderful read.
Dimensions: 5½"wide x 8½" tall.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Rebecca Linder Hintze, MS is a family issues expert and bestselling author of Living Healthy and Happily Ever After (with Susan Lawton, PhD) and Healing Your Family History. She holds a bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University and a master's degree from the University of East London, School of Psychology. In private practice, Rebecca specializes in helping individuals break free of destructive family patterns. She also lectures on healing family patterns, overcoming destructive behaviors, resolving family conflict, and treating health issues naturally using essential oils and supplementation. Rebecca and Shane Hintze have been married for 25 years and have 4 children and 1 grandson. They live in Northern Virginia.
Stephanie Gunning is an internationally acclaimed writer, editor, and strategist. Her work in the mind-body-spirit connection has aided the publishing success of many popular thinkers and leaders in spiritual and personal growth, including New York Times bestselling authors. A a consultant, editor, and writer, Stephanie's clients have include major publishing firms, top literary agencies, and innovative self-publishers. She has mastered the art of transforming powerful ideas into marketable books. She lives in New York City.