Is Happiness 101 still FREE?  Yes and no.  Yes and no.

First, I want to thank you for all your support over the years.  As of this month, I have taught Happiness 101 off and on for EIGHT years!!  I have always insisted on keeping it free*.  It never seemed fair to me that a class that offers the very keys of Happiness should be held back from those who cannot afford it.  If I were charging the what my time is worth, the class would cost over $2,000.  Obviously, most people would not be able to afford that. So, I will keep Happiness 101 free – HALF of the time.  You see, I have discovered over the years that many people really WANT to pay for the class.  They do not feel good about not paying for it.  Therefore, every other class will be free*.  The classes in between will be paid classes. Students will pay $100.  The deposit in the free classes is also going up from $60 to $100.  So, this upcoming free class, beginning April 22nd, will be the last class in which students will only have to pay a $60 deposit.  Just to clarify: if a potential student is so stricken by poverty that they cannot afford the deposit, I have special arrangement to offer.  I will not leave anyone behind.  

We have had over three dozen people express interest in taking this Happiness 101 class.  But it is not on a first come, first serve basis. There are a number of factors in who gets chosen for the class.  A big one is readiness for change.  Are YOU ready for a change?  Are YOU ready for a Happier life?  Then    There IS still time to enroll in the April 22nd class but you must get in your application no later than Saturday, April 8th and 9pm.  To apply,  click here for more information.

* There is a $60 deposit.  If the student attends at least six of the eight classes, they get their deposit back at the end of class.  If the student cannot afford the deposit, arrangements can still be made.  E-mail Frank for more information.

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My sisters thyroid cancer had not spread so they were able just to take the thyroid and not much more.

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I saw someone smoking today that I didn’t know smoked, when I commented he said you smoked too and yes I did and it made so happy that I don’t have that monkey on my back still.

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Made a yummy very late dinner with a bunch of mostly canned foods, artichokes, peppers, chicken, fresh tomatoes and pasta. I needed something quick and healthy and I still have some for Wednesday.

By: Kathie

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I was able to find something for a client after going to many stores and they really appreciated it. Nice to have appreciation.

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I am not a Christmas person and this season has been so easy on me I feel so free of the weight of the season.  I am very happy not to have any strings of attachment to this holiday.

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I bought the softest blanket at Costco. I love soft warm bedding can’t wait to have it on my bed! It is soothing to reach out and feel something so soft and good bedding is imperative to my sleep.

By: Kathie

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I enjoyed my busy afternoon at work see clients. I really enjoy seeing them and I was up east so out of most of the pollution.

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I am adjusting to my new standing way of being on the computer. I still need more adjusting but I feel physically better, it is amazing the subtle changes that are taking place in just a few days.

Positive 3

Found a tiny bit of unclaimed money from a previous old employer. Yea every bit helps once I get it claimed.

By: Kathie

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Learned some new tricks about my alarm system.

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Mom looked better than she has in a month today, no cough while I was there and some color in her face. Hopefully she can go home in the next week.

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One week to no more non-compete and I am free to work how I want. I am so excited.

By: Kathie

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Next FREE class to begins Saturday April 26th, 2014

Happiness 101 works! – and we have the numbers to prove it!

Using scientifically validated instruments, students of Happiness 101 show a decrease in depression and increases in their happiness, optimism, belief that they can make a positive impact in their own life and self-esteem. The evidence is so compelling we are working toward getting published in the Journal of Positive Psychology!

Here are some testimonials from a recent class:

“Happiness 101 helped me cross the bridge between understanding that attitude change is possible to experience attitude change.”

“I feel much happier now that I have taken this course.”

“[The] Self-Esteem [portion of the class] was a HUGE eye opener for me and one of those moments in life where it is a light bulb moment.”

“I have looked myself in the mirror and found so many things that I have loved about myself that I didn’t know existed.”

“I appreciated discovering more of my negative thinking errors and taking more responsibility for them.”

“I have learned that I have always had happiness inside of me and I always knew what made me happy.”

“It was humorous, enlightening, challenging, and affirming.”

“REALLY appreciated learning about self-esteem!”

“I usually don’t do well with change but the knowledge. I have now gets me excited to move forward with a clear mind and I am ready to see what the future has in store for me.”

“Since starting this class I’ve learned so much about myself and how I can become happier.”

“I have really enjoyed this class. I have seen a change in me.”

The next Happiness 101 class will be held on Saturdays April 26th to June 14th from noon to 2pm. Click here to find out more about Happiness 101.

Frank Clayton, The Happy Therapist
Clinical Mental Health Counselor

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When I recognize that I always have a choice, I feel expansive and full of possibility. I appreciate more and more the knowledge of making the choices that are conducive to my true Happiness. I choose to apply the right amount of effort in the place that will glean maximum Happiness. Choices help me to feel free.

Frank Clayton LPC

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I always enjoy the anticipation of a Happiness Social. I get such a warm feeling seeing people walk in alone wearing uncertain expressions then seeing them standing in the parking lot with new-found friends. People sometimes look at me strangely asking why I keep doing these if I’m not getting paid for it. I just smile and assure them that I get paid handsomely in a currency much more valuable than the dollar. I have cooked up yet another activity different than any others I have done before. That’s part of the fun too – it is a great creative outlet. ‘Looks like another good turn out. I can’t wait!

Frank Clayton LPC

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