The Get Satisfied Interactive Handbook:

How to Find the Satisfaction of Enough

Looking for a personalized plan that shows you how to free yourself from consumer stress and financial pressure so you can find the satisfaction of enough? Our interactive handbook walks you step-by-step through analysis and then customizes a plan for you to let go of “stuff” and live with more satisfaction!

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Real Experts: Produced with the help of psychology and human behavior experts at UCLA and other sites


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Customized Results: Like having a personal finance and life coach ready whenever you log in


Free Bonus: Includes a free PDF version of the original Get Satisfied Handbook

The Interactive Handbook is organized in three parts:

In Section One, you’ll complete an easy 10-minute self-assessment that measures how much consumption-related stress you’re feeling, the resources you have available to combat it, and how you personally define “enough.”

In Section Two, you’ll get feedback on the self-assessment, followed by a list of suggestions for how to regain or retain your independence from addictive consumerism. These suggestions will be based on your own input and therefore specific to your needs and interests.

Section Three will offer a short but effective list of resources to help you enjoy life as you maintain The Satisfaction of Enough.

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the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA

Produced in cooperation with the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA.

American Mania

Framed on American Mania: When More is Not Enough by Peter C. Whybrow, MD.


Your information is confidential and will never be shared. Material contained within this interactive handbook is intended solely for general educational purposes and is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical or therapeutic advice.