Brian Kirwan
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Reality Acceptance: For Happier and Healthier Lives
Book Description
Few people see accepting reality as part of their happiness or health. This book explains how we can never be our happiest and healthiest selves without accepting all the realities in our lives. This concept is called Reality Acceptance.

In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams presents the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything as the number 42. The answer points out the absurdity of the question. Better questions involve accepting the reality of what we can know about reality. Our beliefs, biases, and limited views inhibit our view of it.

Brian Kirwan developed the concept over several years. The main categories of accepting reality are accepting the reality of your Health, Knowledge, Thinking, and Behavior. He takes you through the steps of how to accept reality for yourself so you can solve all your problems, accomplish your goals, and live your best life.

Reality Acceptance began as a website and developed into Reality Acceptance: For Happier and Healthier Lives.

The end of the book walks you through your Reality Accepted life. This book will not change reality, but it will change your view of it. Reality Acceptance will allow you to live your happiest and healthiest life so you can truly feel excited about the reality of your life.

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Brian Kirwan is a writer, composer, artist, filmmaker, and animator. He was born and raised in a small town in Southern California. As a child, he accepted realities most people ignored or denied. Growing up in a reality denying world proved difficult. Shyness, undiagnosed autism, and anxiety did not help. He was reaching the age of 50 when he realized he tired of having to ignore the reality denial of other people and began his reality accepting journey. He noticed people who denied realities in their lives were not happy or healthy. The concept of Reality Acceptance came out of his desire to help others accept realities for themselves to improve them as he had done in his own life.
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

Accept reality for what it is, not what you want it to be.

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