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2. Death is inevitable
3. You have the power to choose
4. You will be loved
5. You will grieve
6. We are all born good
7. Children are for life
8. Men love sex; so do women
10. If energy in is greater than energy out, you will become fat
11. You will make mistakes
12. You will feel confused, lost, and uncertain
14. You will fall in and out of love
15. You will become ill
16. You will laugh so hard you will cry
17. You will cry
18. You will regret some things and feel guilty about some things
21. You will experience some form of addiction
22. You will become frightened or fearful
23. You will become angry
24. You will feel happy
25. You will feel sad
26. You will want to win a lot of money
27. You will have a few good friends
28. You will mistrust someone
29. You will dream
30. You will become stressed
31. You will lose something
33. You will be undecided
34. You will have an accident
35. You will dislike someone
36. You will find it difficult to forgive someone
37. You will doubt the existence of a God
38. You will feel misunderstood and not listened to
39. You will want to be on your own sometimes
40. You will be wrong about things (and right!)
41. You will feel underconfident
42. You will be confronted by change at work
43. You will seek approval
45. You will be jealous and envious
46. You will trust someone
49. You will be possessive
50. You will take for granted your own health and senses
51. You will blame someone
54 Steps to Happiness
Insights on the way to Happiness
A Journey to Happiness
And finally…
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54 Simple Truths

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“This book gives plenty of information and ideas but more than that, it gives the reader hope. The hope that can lead to an honest reappraisal of our own experiences, and the confidence to be the person we most want to be. Who would benefit from this book? Anyone who wants to make the most of their life, and learn about living!”
—Dr Mary Connor Author and Consultant in Coaching and Counselling.


“This is a book that doesn’t pull its punches, which speaks honestly and directly about the challenges of life, offering advice from the author’s own experience and from the world’s wisdom. Dip into when you need to face up to harsh realities, when you need to hear a wise and friendly voice, when you need reminding that you are valuable and worthwhile.”
—Susan Quilliam – Author of 21 books on relationship psychology,
National Press journalist and broadcaster.


“Although many of us can ask friends for advice, most of those friends will be unwilling to give advice which may be seen as insensitive or uncaring but which may be very much required. This book does what a really good friend should be able to do, that is give honest advice in a world that is not always fair or kind.”
—Dr Niamh Leonard Consultant Histopathologist, St James Hospital, Dublin


Michael Wash gives simple, practical and powerful lessons on the importance of choice and responsibility. His book guides you through stressful times with practical suggestions and reveals ways to make your actions more peaceful and caring.

“54 Simple Truths” could save you a lot of grief. It may even save your life.
—Niki Collins-Queen, Licensed Professional Counsellor
“This book gives plenty of information and ideas but more than that, it gives the reader hope. The hope that can lead to an honest reappraisal of our own experiences, and the confidence to be the person we most want to be. Who would benefit from this book? Anyone who wants to make the most of their life, and learn about living!”
—Dr Mary Connor Author and Consultant in Coaching and Counselling.


“This is a book that doesn’t pull its punches, which speaks honestly and directly about the challenges of life, offering advice from the author’s own experience and from the world’s wisdom. Dip into when you need to face up to harsh realities, when you need to hear a wise and friendly voice, when you need reminding that you are valuable and worthwhile.”
—Susan Quilliam – Author of 21 books on relationship psychology,
National Press journalist and broadcaster.


“Although many of us can ask friends for advice, most of those friends will be unwilling to give advice which may be seen as insensitive or uncaring but which may be very much required. This book does what a really good friend should be able to do, that is give honest advice in a world that is not always fair or kind.”
—Dr Niamh Leonard Consultant Histopathologist, St James Hospital, Dublin


Michael Wash gives simple, practical and powerful lessons on the importance of choice and responsibility. His book guides you through stressful times with practical suggestions and reveals ways to make your actions more peaceful and caring.

“54 Simple Truths” could save you a lot of grief. It may even save your life.
—Niki Collins-Queen, Licensed Professional Counsellor

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