Small chapters each deal with fun, interesting and downright weird ways to make yourself feel happier.
What if you fall ill and die?; What if you die and then fall ill?; Watch out for naked emperors; Lottery tickets and candles; What could it be like?; Avoid TV programs about crocodiles; Expect nothing; Think first, act later; Act first, think later; The world is full of fools; Be a bit negative; Smile! (but not all the time); Drown your mother-in-law; Only believe amusing rumours; Become a billionaire; Accepting the unacceptable; and more.
About the Author
Rickard Fuchs is a medical practitioner and best-selling author, serious lecturer and stand-up comedian. He has been published in 18 countries. In this book he has the nerve to be both deadly serious and very funny. Sometimes at the same time. He lives in Sweden.
"'Extremely Funny' GoteborgsPosten 'Tears of laughter while you read' Vastra Nyland 'The funniest book of the year... would get a mummy to laugh' Sundsvalls Tidning. 'At least life is much, much better during the time it takes to read this book' Lanstidningen Sodertalje. 'A Fuchs book prolongs life more than sprouts, fibre and expensive jogging shoes - one laughs and gets happy.' "Journal of the Swedish Medical Association"
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 1st June 2009
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
Dimensions (cm): 18.6 x 11.9 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.204