Tough Truths: The Ten Happiness Lessons We Don’t Walk to Talk About by Deirdre Maloney

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We are always searching for happiness no matter where we go. I think we, as a society, have a few misunderstandings as to how we can achieve that happiness to really benefit our own lives. In comes Deirdre Maloney with a great book talking about how to achieve the happiness we deserve.

Thank you to Get Red PR and Business Soultions Press for sending me a copy in exchange for my honest review.

This book couldn’t have come at a better time. Deirdre shares 10 lessons to happiness in this book and they are raw and very real. True happiness doesn’t have to be an illusion. It doesn’t have to be glitter and sunshine. One of my favorite lessons she shares is that happy people are brave as hell. It’s true! She brings up topics in this book that are relevant to how we, as a society, feel today and that we have the power to change things for the better. It’s a short, sweet, to-the-point, and very thought provoking book that I think everyone should take the time to read. Yes, it may be easier said than done, but taking one step at a time through the guidance this book provides can really give you the boost you need. I was very quick to share this with all my friends and family and encourage you to do so as well.

4/5 Stars

2 thoughts on “Tough Truths: The Ten Happiness Lessons We Don’t Walk to Talk About by Deirdre Maloney

  1. Yes… this one sounds really interesting. And you’re right – being happy is something we all want, but often eludes us. Often I think there is a mindset that we somehow don’t deserve being happy, or that it’s somehow boring. I wonder how much that is affected by the amount of fiction featuring conflicted, miserable heroes and heroines – but the truth is that it’s far harder to write a gripping story featuring a HAPPY protagonist than an unhappy one. I really like the sound of this book – thank you!

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