Introduction. Part I: Defining Happiness. Chapter 1: Anyone Can Be Happy. Chapter 2: The Recipe for Happiness. Chapter 3: Knowing What Happiness Isn't. Chapter 4: Seeing Happiness as a Sign, Not a Symptom. Part II: Personality Attributes That Lead to Happiness. Chapter 5: Optimism. Chapter 6: Hardiness. Chapter 7: Conscientiousness. Part III: Behaving Your Way Toward Happiness. Chapter 8: Getting into Flow. Chapter 9: Finding Benefit in Life's Challenges. Chapter 10: Living a Coherent Lifestyle. Chapter 11: Making a Daily Confession. Chapter 12: Putting On a Happy Face. Part IV: Striking the Right Balance. Chapter 13: Hassles versus Uplifts. Chapter 14: Structure versus Freedom. Chapter 15: Work versus Paly. Chapter 16: Socialization versus Solitude. Chapter 17: Selfishness versus Generosity. Part V: Achieving Happiness in Key Relationships. Chapter 18: At Work. Chapter 19: At Home. Chapter 20: In Intimate Relationships. Part VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 21: Ten Ways to Raise a Happy Child. Chapter 22: Ten Roadblocks to Happiness. Chapter 23: Ten Things You Can Do Today to Foster Happiness in Your Life. Chapter 24: Ten Thoughts That Lead to Happiness. Appendix: Resources. Index.
W. Doyle Gentry, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, a distinguished Fellow in the American Psychological Association, and the Founding Editor of the Journal of Behavioral Medicine.