Königswege zum Unglück. Ein gefährliches Buch
Do you know that too? You lie awake at night; toxic thoughts take possession of you and cannot be shooed away. They are becoming more and more powerful, while everyone on Instagram is smiling. While the shelves overflow with happiness guides and positive psychology, a whole happiness industry is booming, while life is kind to everyone around you.
Nobody talks about those nights. Nor about the sentences that affect self-confidence. That doesn't fit into a world that demands good vibes only. The pursuit of happiness has long since become a compulsion to be happy. If you don't find your way to happiness, it's your fault; you didn't work hard enough - and it's better to hide.
There we have it: the "100 Königswegen zum Unglück". You realize that you are not alone with one or the other destructive thought pattern. In other heads, too, some sentences break mercilessly. We don't decide what we think - the thoughts come whether we want them to or not. They are part of life, and the knowledge helps immensely, but this book can do more.
By sharing his 100 ways to unhappiness, Frank Berzbach helps you identify your toxic thoughts and pull them into the light. You can learn to distance yourself and decide how to deal with it, which takes away some of their destructive power.
»Bad, negative sentences come up in your head, mine too, but that's not bad luck. Only when we believe them, surrender to them, confuse the thought in our head with the reality outside will they become the royal road to misfortune.«
Book about negative (and positive) thinking
Solid yellow natural paper
Typed by hand with an old Tippa typewriter