Book Reviews of Life 101: Everything We Wish We Had Learned About Life in School, but Didn't

Life 101: Everything We Wish We Had Learned About Life in School, but Didn't
Life 101 Everything We Wish We Had Learned About Life in School but Didn't
Author: John Roger McWilliams, Peter McWilliams
ISBN-13: 9780931580109
ISBN-10: 0931580102
Publication Date: 4/1990
Pages: 400
Rating:
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3.4 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Prelude Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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This book is full of inspirational stories, quotes, and anecdotes about being a successful adult in this crazy world. It's easy to pick up, read a little bit, then put down until tomorrow or even a week later. This would be a good graduation gift (that is when I got my copy) or Christmas gift for a teacher or other professional.
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"When you are.... angry, depressed, anxious, tired, resentful, upset, nervous, unhappy, confused, frightened, or in any way NOT healthy, wealthy and happy, then school is in session! But it's not "school" as you remember it. This is a book about learning, doing and enjoying that's actually fun. Really.

Classes indlude: relationships, the value of mistakes, the two faces of anger (guilt and resentment), feat (and how to enjoy it), pain (and what it has to tell us), health and dis-ease, the joy of death, using weight, what is your purpose?, money abundance and wealth, worthiness, laughter, hurry up and be patient, for giving and for getting, loving, joy."