About this book
A wry and accessible look at how the desirable states of wellbeing and satisfaction are constantly undermined by modern life, for fans of Alain de Botton and Charlie Brooker. Examining philosophy, spiritual teachings and contemporary psychology, Foley offers an entertaining strategy for finding happiness in absurdity. 'Foley's entertaining, intelligent book may just help you get over yourself' "Observer" *Also appeared in January Buyer's Notes*
A wry take on how contemporary culture is antithetical to happiness.