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This review is from: The Nine Rooms of Happiness: Loving Yourself, Finding Your Purpose, and Getting Over Life's Little Imperfections (Hardcover)
The Nine Rooms of Happiness by Lucy Danziger & Catherine Birndorf, M.D. is the book to kick-start your inner happiness. It could perhaps also inspire you to clean out your actual house, but that isn't necessarily the goal to the book. Find out more about this self-help book in this review.
The Nine Rooms of Happiness is essentially a self-help book that aims to help your inner self deal with all of the clutter that goes on inside yourself emotionally. Lucy Danziger puts it into nine rooms (or actually ten) and uncovers how you can be happier with your life.
This isn't a de-clutter your life book, though that is always a good thing to do too. Instead, you focus on all of the emotional issues that you are being tied down with that aren't letting you move forward to be happy.
Putting your emotions into their own respective "rooms" is a very interesting idea that leads to being able to sort through different areas of your life. Each section about the rooms gives real examples of how you can use these new tools to work through issues.
Overall, The Nine Rooms of Happiness is a helpful book, which is the purpose of it. It will only actually help you if you are ready to change though, so be sure that you are ready to make a change first. I recommend this book to all of us who want a little less stress, and a happier life. That includes pretty much everyone, right?
* Thank you to the publisher of The Nine Rooms of Happiness, Voice, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.