You Can Think and Be (Really!) Happy

Non-Fiction - Self Help
380 Pages
Reviewed on 05/07/2020
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

You Can Think and Be (Really!) Happy is a work of non-fiction in the self-help genre. It is aimed at audiences of all ages and was penned by author Gray Seele. The book is a guide to the thinking process that humans use in their day to day lives and teaches the reader how to exert more control over this process to achieve positive results. Every aspect of life from relationships to career development to parenting is covered in this text, helping the reader understand how their own mind works and therefore how to avoid the pitfalls in thinking that lead to hardship and depression.

Author Gray Seele has crafted a highly positive and practical work of self-help non-fiction which is sure to aid its readers in not only setting goals and targets for their future lives but in achieving those goals effectively. One of the things which I found most helpful about the volume was its organizational merit, which allows the steps of the work to build in a logical and accessible format, but also makes it easy to refer back to earlier steps when you are engaging with the practical steps. Seele writes with a confident narration that includes some personality discussion but stays clear and professional enough to deliver the advice which is needed. Overall, I would recommend You Can Think and Be (Really!) Happy for readers who need an all-encompassing self-help guidebook, and one which is easy to access and is applicable to a wide variety of situations.