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Heartbroken? Horrible boss? Confidence crisis? Rubenesque body? Anxious? Lonely?

The solution is to find out what's bothering you and change it, right?

Sorry, lady. Wrong.

You aren't going to suddenly start loving yourself. You aren't going to just become the best version of yourself. You can't stop your dad from drinking or your rubbish boyfriend from breaking up with you.

Fact is, there are some things you just can't change, and you will become miserable trying.

Instead, Harvard-educated psychiatrist of 30 years Michael Bennett and his comedian daughter, Sarah, show you how to:

  • Stop overthinking
  • Make smarter decisions, so you can manage whatever life throws at you
  • Stick to your values when good luck is nowhere to be found
  • Come away from bad situations with your self-respect and sanity intact

They may not promise lifelong happiness, but they do guarantee strength, pride and a sense of humour.

©2016 Dr. Michael Bennett (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • rjj
  • Surrey
  • 24-10-17

Disjointed and highly padded

this is more of a gimmick than a helpful book - eye catching title but the content is all over the place and the advice is highly suspect. look at Stop Thinking , Start Living instead .

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