This song was in “A Star is Born”. The happier I become, the more I feel like this. I am so busy because “I’m like a child at the fun fair. Every ride invites me”. I want to make a movie. I want to write music. I want to offer Happiness 101 on YouTube. I want to do more to raise awareness for suicide prevention. I want to play guitar. I want to spend quality time with my wife. I want “the perfect twin. One who’d go out, as I came in”. In other words, I want “Everything”. If you think back to when you were a child, you might remember not wanting to go to sleep because you might miss something. I feel like that much of the time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXrU1AGKF40

Frank Clayton LPC

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On the eve of our 23rd wedding anniversary, we dined at the Riverside Inn Restaurant. The food was divine. We reminisced about our best memories over the past 23 years, which immediately bonded us together (if we weren’t already). As Banjo Sam played “Wonderful Tonight” in the background, I looked at my wonderful wife and I swear I fell in love with her a little bit more. I knew we were making a new great memory to look back upon.

Frank Clayton LPC

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I really enjoyed the anticipation of seeing the movie. I told my wife I couldn’t remember the last time I was that excited about a movie. The movie’s content also sparked some great conversation between she and I. She pointed out that Batman’s true power is not in his money, his gadgets, his brains nor his brawn. His true strength his resiliency of spirit. I am also grateful that I chose to watch it at the midnight showing on opening day before……. ’nuff said. Oh! ‘Said conversation also lead to some realizations as to how positive psychology has effected my way of thinking. How cool is that?

Frank Clayton LPC

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