In his number one national bestseller, Don't Sweat the Small Stuff, Richard Carlson, Ph.D., showed readers how not to let the small things in life drive them crazy. In Don't Sweat the Small Stuff About Money, he discusses ways to have a more abundant and thoughtful life, all the while refusing to let financial concerns overwhelm us.
Now, in Don't Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family, we see how not to let small annoyances in our home life get us down. From defusing kids who are whining or fighting, to working out issues with a spouse, to reducing the hassles over household chores, Richard Carlson shows us ways to make our relationships at home--the place where it counts most--more peaceful and loving.
"While it's easy to allow little things to take over our lives, there are things we can do to make life around the house less stressful," writes Richard Carlson in Don't Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family: Simple Ways to Keep Daily Responsibilities and Household Chores from Taking Over Your Life. In this collection of 98 brief essays, Carlson (author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff ... And It's All Small Stuff) meditates on small, but meaningful ways to avoid being overwhelmed by life, particularly family life. From Number 8: Make Peace with Bickering, to Number 14: Encourage Boredom in Your Children, to Number 72: Stop Exaggerating Your Workload, Carlson's messages serve as reminders for truisms most readers already know but have lost sight of in the bustle of daily life. Carlson's "ways" may be simple, but simplicity is not stupid--his book offers vital injections of wisdom. --Ericka Lutz
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