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5.0 out of 5 stars FED UP WITH YOUR LOT?
This book teaches you to grow up, take responsibility for your life and stop looking for "things" to make you feel better. Feel better properly and with conviction. A non clinical way of analysis which I have found full of common sense (which isnt common) and a robust approach to a life well lived, if you want it.
Published on 20 Mar 2011 by TIM SULLIVAN

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2.0 out of 5 stars a depressing rambling read
there is wisdom here but it is like being stuck in a taxi cab with a rambling ranting driver on a downer....I enjoyed a couple of her other books but this just seems like a journey through a dissection of a certain persons vision of all kinds of unhappiness in the world and how they al kind of fit together into one big ball of unhappiness based on a theory she is pushing...
Published on 25 Sep 2007 by drum guy


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5.0 out of 5 stars FED UP WITH YOUR LOT?, 20 Mar 2011
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TIM SULLIVAN (OXSHOTT, SURREY United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
This book teaches you to grow up, take responsibility for your life and stop looking for "things" to make you feel better. Feel better properly and with conviction. A non clinical way of analysis which I have found full of common sense (which isnt common) and a robust approach to a life well lived, if you want it.
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2.0 out of 5 stars a depressing rambling read, 25 Sep 2007
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there is wisdom here but it is like being stuck in a taxi cab with a rambling ranting driver on a downer....I enjoyed a couple of her other books but this just seems like a journey through a dissection of a certain persons vision of all kinds of unhappiness in the world and how they al kind of fit together into one big ball of unhappiness based on a theory she is pushing at you that you dont quite get. maybe it was me - I got about 3/4 of the way through then remembered the title and thought... life's too short.
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