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EZ Press Release -- May 14, 2010 Most people are not as happy in their lives as they would like to be. Seeking happiness externally in relationships, in food and drink, in money and possessions only brings temporary relief. In their unhappiness, people often turn to therapists and counselors for guided introspection, looking inside for the source of their unhappiness.
Dr David Mutchler, author, speaker, and seminar leader suggests in his new book, : Where Happiness, Joy, and Peace of Mind Await You, that the real source of unhappiness is “ego.” According to him, “Many people leave counseling with feelings like ‘Now I understand the dynamics of why I’ve been so unhappy, but I don’t know what to do about it’.” The reason people arrive at this kind of dead-end is that when they look inside, they aren’t necessarily looking for the real culprit, which is ego. They don’t know what to look for, where to look, or how to find it. Ego by definition is who we think we are. But who we think we are isn’t who we really are. This is because ego works hard to keep us from discovering our true identities.
According to Dr Mutchler, the key is to learn to search for ego — to know what it is, how it works, where it hides, how to look for it, and what to do after it is found. His website, www.beyondtheego.com, offers background information on the author, a detailed Q&A to help familiarize people with the ego, weekly tips and reminders to transcend the ego, free webinars to learn more about why the ego is such a problem and things they can do to diminish the ego’s troubling presence in their life.
About the Author: Dr David Mutchler began his career as an academician, teaching science, mathematics, philosophy and psychology, besides doubling up as a football coach. He currently holds an undergraduate degree in education, masters degrees in philosophy and social work, a doctorate in psychology and has studied religion at the doctoral level.
In addition to teaching and counseling, Dr. Mutchler also founded a consulting and training firm, where he works extensively on matters of the ego with managers and executives as it concerns self-improvement, relationship management, and leadership development. For more information, visit www.beyondtheego.com or email Dr. Mutchler at email@example.com.