My New Book

Publication date: July 9th 2024

Book cover of The Joy of Actually Giving a Fuck. Large light blue writing on a bright yellow background.

My New Book

Publication date: July 9th 2024

Book cover of The Joy of Actually Giving a Fuck. Large light blue writing on a bright yellow background.
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My New Book

Publication date: July 9th 2024

Book cover of The Joy of Actually Giving a Fuck. Large light blue writing on a bright yellow background.
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About Dr David R Hamilton

I'm a writer, columnist, speaker, and author of 12 books.

“This book should be the thought for the day every single day.”

Dr. Julie Smith, Sunday Times Best-selling author of 'Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before?'

Some of my other books

My books cover a range of subjects, from kindness, the mind-body connection, self love / self-esteem, to understanding alternative and spiritual practices.

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Latest from my blog

Act As If
image: iStock One of the fastest ways to get stressed is to act as if you’re stressed. Now, I’m assuming this isn’t your goal and I’m attempting to be light-hearted...
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Quality vs Quantity: why just doing it beats perfection
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Conquering the Hill – how a shift in perspective changed everything
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If humans were more like dogs
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Musings on the mind-body connection

“David's clear explanation of recent research on kindness shows that far from a weakness, kindness is instead a powerful force from which we all benefit.”

Sharon Salzberg, New York Times Best-selling author of 'Real Happiness' and 'Lovingkindness'

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