I am glad that today I do not have cancer. I am grateful that I need not make frequent doctor appointments and lose my hair. I am glad it does not bring me chronic pain. Today I am glad that I nor my family need worry about that.

Frank Clayton LPC

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Today my wife took to task a woman in the grocery store parking lot who told her husband that he didn’t matter. The angrier she got, the more love I had for her indignation. She reminded me of one of those heroes on “What Would You Do”. Debbi Macfarlane-Clayton, you seriously rock.

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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I literally had only minutes before my presentation but I was not properly registered. The nice lady in registration immediately recognized my plight and went out of her way to take care of my needs while the regular registration person was busy on the phone. She even gave me enough parking validations not only for me, but for my assistant. Very kind.

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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When I got to my office building, my friend saw that I had several loads of equipment to bring in and went out of his way and insisted that he help. This helped me get ready for my 6:15pm appointment. A helping hand when you really need it feels so good. Today I acknowledge the helping hand.

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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The nice custodian at University of Utah’s Union building. He was SO nice! He offered to help me set up and then when we realized we were in the wrong room (see Positive #1) he personally escorted me to the other side of the (large) building and made sure I was in the right place. He even carried some things! It made a big difference 🙂

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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Mary Ellen from Genesis Books who is a sponsor of Happiness 101. Mary Ellen made sure there were plenty of my recommended books on hand. I was really glad that she did so attendees could buy happiness books that are scientifically proven to work. Thanks Mary Ellen and Genesis Books for your continued support.

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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Lisa Cypers Kamen took time out of her very busy schedule and a very limited stay in Utah to attend my lecture today. She is such an amazing, supportive person. Her compliments made me blush and she suggested (and even pressed a little) about how I should apply to the University of Utah as an adjunct teacher. Thank you Lisa for your support and friendship.

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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The University of Utah offered to let me use a handcart to lug around the amp, speaker and prizes I brought for the talk. This saved me many trips and perspiration, helping me to stay lemony fresh. 😉  This was a real day saver too because if I hadn’t had it when I realized I was in the wrong room (see Positive #1), there is no way I would have started on time. Yeah, Cart.

Frank Clayton , the Happy Therapist

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My assistant showed up early to help me set up for today’s lecture. It made SUCH a difference to have her there saying “How can I help.” As I talked to audience participants after the lecture, she waved some kind of magic wand and had everything packed up in a blink. I feel so supported. Today I acknowledge and appreciate Leyda.

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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In a wonderful show of support, Brian Schiele took a break from his brain storming session over Harvesting Happiness for Heroes to make an appearance at the University of Utah lecture. It was amazing to look out and see him waving and snapping pictures. I feel so blessed.

Frank Clayton, the Happy Therapist

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