11 Aug Happiness despite busy-ness
The epidemic of “busy-ness” that has crept into Australian family life is creating a generation of unhappy kids, according happiness expert and author Timothy Sharp.
But often it’s just a matter of perception, he says.
“Perceived busy-ness is an increasing problem in our modern society,” the Sydney based psychologist says.
“When people say `I don’t have the time’ what they’re often referring to, I think, it’s really a matter of priorities.”
Dr Sharp’s new book, 100 Ways to Happy Children – A Guide For Busy Parents, follows on from his previous offering, 100 Ways to Happiness.
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