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  • This book does the work that I believe is most worthwhile – it does not hand you answers, it sets you up to find them yourself. One of the most accessible, relatable, unique and flawlessly crafted books that I have ever seen. A must have, a must read, a must do.

    Brianna Wiest, author of The Human Element
  • Taking the small incremental steps toward conquering depression takes courage, and even then, it helps to have any compassionate guidance you can find. How To Be Happy (Or At Least Less Sad) comes from a knowing, forgiving place. Its intentions are sincere. When I first read it I thought: I could have used a book like this.And then I thought: I still can use a book like this.

    Jason Porter, author of Why Are You So Sad?
  • How To Be Happy (Or At Least Less Sad) is the kind of friend I want around when I’m feeling sad. He lets me vent without judging me, gives me a little guidance, reminds me that I’m not alone, and lets me draw all over him with coloured pencils.

    Lisa Currie, author of The Scribble Diary and Me, You, Us
  • Whether you are just having a random sad day, or your bad days come a little bit more frequently than that, this book will help you shine a new light on your life. Filled with thoughtful, simple and heart-opening exercises, this book will give you a new lens that will help you get through the rough patches, week-by-week, day-by-day or minute-by-minute if that’s all you can handle.

    Bernadette Noll, author of Slow Family Living
  • A breath of fresh air...This is a wonderful tool for anyone struggling with depression—or even just feeling blah.

    Publishers Weekly

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