Jan 22, 2013-- When neurosurgeon Allan Hamilton was diagnosed with cancer, the "c-word" that he had used so often in his practice suddenly became personal and life-changing. Like many other cancer patients, his treatment journey was a mix of emotions. "Each time, the battery of tests would roll around again, I would find myself transported. I would want to hold on to the magic of that moment but, hard as I might try, I could not grasp it for long. So I asked myself: Was I the only person? Was I some hopeless dunce who could not hold on to 'the feeling' of being happy, of being elated for the sake of being?" Here, Hamilton offers his insightful story of inner change and seven ways to make happiness last. (38492 reads)
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