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It's Not as Tough as You Think: How to Smooth Out Life's Bumps by Abraham Twerski

Introduction 13 1. May You Have Many Worries 15 2. Behind At Half Time 17 3. Who Wants to Be Married to a Loser? 19 4. It All Depends on How You See It 21 5. Where Do the Check Marks Go? 23 6. If Only You Knew More, You Might Not Be so Frustrated 25 7. You Want to Be Heard, Don't You? 27 8. Avoid the Need for Regrets 31 9. Futile Actions Are Futile 33 10. It May Be Very Big 35 11. Take Things in Perspective 37 12. Judge Favorably and Act Accordingly 41 13. Stay Within Reality 43 14. Aged Wine Is Superior 45 15. Run for Your Life 47 16. Life Emulates Prayer 49 17. Losing Can Be Winning 51 18. There May Be Salvation in a Crisis 53 19. The Sage of the Salmon 55 20. Nowadays, It's Tougher 57 21. We Are Never Alone 59 22. There's Magic in a Smile 61 23. A Move In the Right Direction 63 24. Don't Get Paranoid 65 25. Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction 67 26. First Things (Big Things) First 69 27. Tolerating Suspense 71 28. The Narrow Bridge 73 29. A Sober Outlook 75 30. Well-Chosen Words 77 31. Don't Respond Prematurely, Even in Thought 79 32. Silence Speaks in a Loud Voice 81 33. Converting A Mistake into Something Meaningful 83 34. Keep Your Interests Fresh 85 35. Crying Is Not a Sin (and Certainly Not a Shame) 87 36. Expect the Best, Not the Worst 89 37. Ambition or Proving Yourself? 93 38. Maybe I Do Have an Erroneous Self-Concept 95 39. They Are Really Not Talking About You 97 40. Positive Parenting 99 41. Want to be Nudnik-Proof? 103 42. You Are Worth It 105 43. Don't Wait for the Other Person to Say He's Sorry 107 44. Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil 109 45. Growth Is Not Painless 111 46. Not Everything Emotional Is Psychological 113 47. Now, Isn't That Absurd? 117 48. Coping With Pain 119 49. There Is a Master Plan 123 50. Accentuate the Positives 125 51. You Can Expect Only What You Are 127 52. You Can't or You Won't 129 53. Escaping Reality 131 54. Don't Spread Misery 133 55. Some Mountains Melt Into Molehills 135 56. An Image Reflecting in the Water 137 57. I'm Not Perfect, You're Not Perfect 139 58. Tune in 141 59. The Joy in Gratitude 143 60. I've Got a Little List 145 61. Keeping it Simple 147 62. Our Roles May Change, But Not Our Value 149 63. Apologize? Not Always 151 64. Children: Going Away or Going Astray 153 65. Who Broke the Glass? 157 66. Beware of Geographic Cures 159 67. Lunchtime Is Not Worktime 163 68. A King Remains a King 165 69. Self-Sacrifice Is Not Necessarily Noble 167 70. A Laugh a Day Keeps Misery Away 169 71. Cut Your Losses 171 72. Forgiveness Is Within Reach 173 73. Stress Can Be Beneficial 175 74. An Unlimited Supply 177 75. Setback or Opportunity? 179 76. Making Wise Decisions 181 77. Enjoy Your Food 183 78. Criticism: Constructive or Destructive? 185 79. Lack of Success Is Not Equivalent to Failure 187 80. Brief Is Better 189 81. Do You Look How You Feel or Feel How You Look? 191 82. Overwhelming? That Depends 193 83. Be in Touch With Your Feelings 195 84. Alone or Lonely? 197 85. Don't Be Afraid to Accept Help 199 86. Keep Your Eye on the White Line 201 87. Have Mercy on Fools 203 88. Power Can Be Seductive 205 89. Learning to Pray 207 90. Keep an Open Mind 209 91. Dust to Dust -- So What! 211 92. Putting Humpty Dumpty Together 213 93. Don't Extrapolate 215 94. You Are More Okay Than Not 217 95. Wisdom or Prophecy: Which Would You Choose? 219 96. Some Fears Are Good for You 221 97. Watch Out for Distorted Perceptions 223 98. Book the President's Room 225 99. Is It Fear of Success or of Failure? 227 100. It's a Mistake to Compound a Mistake 229 101. You're Never Too Old to Learn 231 102. Let Your Appreciation Be Complete 233 Epilogue 235

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