This workbook is for people who want more how-to with less reading. I’m offering a free PDF of the draft this month to get feedback. It will be for sale on Amazon soon.
What does “sustainable” mean, you may ask?
It means triggering happy chemicals in ways that don’t hurt you in the long run. That’s not easy, of course, so this workbook is rooted in realism, not fancy idealism. It’s the same method as my other work: honest exploration of your old happy-chemical pathways and realistic wiring of new pathways.
You could share this book with friends and relatives who may not want to read a whole book.
What kind of feedback am I looking for?
Put yourself into the mind of someone in distress. Maybe even someone who is not a fan of self-improvement books. How can I make it clearer to them? But it will not help people if I fill it with blame-shifting platitudes that tell people what they want to hear. And it will not help people if I will fill it with food and exercise — there’s enough of that already, and superficial examples distract us from going deeper into the circuits behind our old responses.