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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2007

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    Kay redfield Jameson writes about a subject not often discussed in the pathological-oriented, overloaded therapeutic community and that is a discussion about more positive emotions about the topic of exuberance. Scientifically, exuberance is a form of energetic or purpose drive happiness. Through her stories and analogies, the author uses real places, things, and folk heroes to delightfully entertain and yet at the same time educate her audience about how exuberance effects life. Here are some examples- She describes how many bubbles are in a bottle of champagne, She describes how at one time in europe, people sold their houses for a single orchid, She describes how, in Africa, whole villages were overtaken by a laughter 'Virus', She describes how ex-president, Theodore Roosevelt thought he was a glowworm, while other people were not so lucky. And so aplty putting the subject of Exuberance in context to the negative emotions in life-this Chinese quotation says that one joy can scatter one-hundred griefs. This is certainly a book to inspire those sad at heart..... Michele Rodriguez-Ryland, writer, life-long depression sufferer.

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