Self-Loathing for Beginners

Self Loathing for Beginners Self Loathing for Beginners is a wickedly funny take on our relentlessly upbeat self improvement culture Breaking ranks with the happiness police who have convinced us that self loathing is just one t

  • Title: Self-Loathing for Beginners
  • Author: Lynn Phillips
  • ISBN: 9781595800299
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • Self Loathing for Beginners is a wickedly funny take on our relentlessly upbeat self improvement culture Breaking ranks with the happiness police who have convinced us that self loathing is just one thing to hate about ourselves, author Lynn Phillips will show you, the beginning self loather, how to self loathe properly By studying this book s mini essays, QAs,Self Loathing for Beginners is a wickedly funny take on our relentlessly upbeat self improvement culture Breaking ranks with the happiness police who have convinced us that self loathing is just one thing to hate about ourselves, author Lynn Phillips will show you, the beginning self loather, how to self loathe properly By studying this book s mini essays, QAs, mantras, and tips from self loathing masters, you will learn the most effective ways to develop your self loathing potential Whether you are sabotaging your career, bungling a relationship, or cheating on the latest fad diet, Self Loathing for Beginners is the essential primer on how best to despise yourself

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    1. I am a veteran self-loather. I was self-loathing before self-loathing was hip and profitable among middle-aged broadsheet columnists. I first tuned into the worthwhile world of me-hate as a nine-year-old when a pair of NHS glasses were clamped to my unadorable face, and the shame at being reduced from a stud-in-the-making to a terminal-no-hoper turned me inward to awareland. I self-loathe to relax. I pour baths in which I soak up the shameful behaviours of the week—rating each on the strength [...]

    2. This is the funniest book I've read in a long time! I want all my smart crazy friends to read it. It's sooooo hilarious! Total mockery of everything in America that tells us how great, beautiful and smart we are. May have to go in the personal collection.

    3. Witty comment on our feel good society and actually- makes you wonder about certain celebrities that are named in this book.

    4. This book is enjoyable if you know not to take it seriously. If you've ever had any bit of self-loathing, you'll find something in this book you can relate to.

    5. I was not impressed. it should have been funny, but it was a stretch. I ultimately didn't finish the book.

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