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THE INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING NO-NONSENSE GUIDE THAT WILL TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE. Stop worrying about being nicer, calmer, or more patient. Be a d*ck. For author Alexandra Reinwarth, it all began when she told off a toxic friend. Realizing this person was making her life miserable, she ditched her. This one small act of rebellion sparked a huge change in the way Alexandra for THE INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING NO-NONSENSE GUIDE THAT WILL TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE. Stop worrying about being nicer, calmer, or more patient. Be a d*ck. For author Alexandra Reinwarth, it all began when she told off a toxic friend. Realizing this person was making her life miserable, she ditched her. This one small act of rebellion sparked a huge change in the way Alexandra forever dealt with social guilt about everything. THE GOOD GIRL'S GUIDE TO BEING A D*CK will teach you how to embrace your inner asshole, guiding you through who and what to get rid of from your life, stop worrying about what others think and how the seemingly small things in life can have a huge impact on the quality of your everyday living. You'll learn how to embrace your own needs and desires to live the life you've always wanted. For any woman who has felt that familiar agony of saying "no"--this book is for you.


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THE INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING NO-NONSENSE GUIDE THAT WILL TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE. Stop worrying about being nicer, calmer, or more patient. Be a d*ck. For author Alexandra Reinwarth, it all began when she told off a toxic friend. Realizing this person was making her life miserable, she ditched her. This one small act of rebellion sparked a huge change in the way Alexandra for THE INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING NO-NONSENSE GUIDE THAT WILL TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE. Stop worrying about being nicer, calmer, or more patient. Be a d*ck. For author Alexandra Reinwarth, it all began when she told off a toxic friend. Realizing this person was making her life miserable, she ditched her. This one small act of rebellion sparked a huge change in the way Alexandra forever dealt with social guilt about everything. THE GOOD GIRL'S GUIDE TO BEING A D*CK will teach you how to embrace your inner asshole, guiding you through who and what to get rid of from your life, stop worrying about what others think and how the seemingly small things in life can have a huge impact on the quality of your everyday living. You'll learn how to embrace your own needs and desires to live the life you've always wanted. For any woman who has felt that familiar agony of saying "no"--this book is for you.

30 review for The Good Girl's Guide to Being a D*ck: The Art of Saying What You Want and Getting the Life You Deserve

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lou

    This is a book written especially for those who suffer from an overwhelming willingness to help others. A member of my family was told by a psychologist she works alongside, that many of the problems she had in her life were as a consequence of this very mindset, but how can you change it if that is your nature? I feel that having an altruistic nature inevitably leads to not-so-nice individuals exploiting your "weakness" and taking advantage. There is nothing wrong with finding pleasure in aidin This is a book written especially for those who suffer from an overwhelming willingness to help others. A member of my family was told by a psychologist she works alongside, that many of the problems she had in her life were as a consequence of this very mindset, but how can you change it if that is your nature? I feel that having an altruistic nature inevitably leads to not-so-nice individuals exploiting your "weakness" and taking advantage. There is nothing wrong with finding pleasure in aiding others, except when it results in that person being on the backfoot in terms of health, finances etc, which happens a lot more than you might think. "The Good Girl's Guide To Being A D*ck" teaches you that you don't always need to be nicer, calmer or more patient. In fact, some of us need the exact opposite! Yes, there is such a thing as being too nice, it seems. It guides you on - how to identify who and what to remove from your life and how to learn to stop worrying about what others think. It teaches you to embrace your own needs and desires, making for a higher quality life. Although this is an incredibly important book for those inclined to appease others, Reinwarth writes in such a fabulously witty and engaging manner that it doesn't seem as much of a self-help book as it might've and will no doubt having you laughing along as you read. Many thanks to Kings Road Publishing for an ARC.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty ❤️

    The title of this book is what drew me to reading it however I really don't like the title. There are plenty of ways to be assertive (which is what this book is about) without actually being a dick. It's a fine line. You can say no, you can stop worrying about  how others see you without any nastiness. In fact one of the examples in the book is of the authors friend who regularly says no to everything but yet is liked by all. So I find the title a  little misleading. You're not a dick for saying The title of this book is what drew me to reading it however I really don't like the title. There are plenty of ways to be assertive (which is what this book is about) without actually being a dick. It's a fine line. You can say no, you can stop worrying about  how others see you without any nastiness. In fact one of the examples in the book is of the authors friend who regularly says no to everything but yet is liked by all. So I find the title a  little misleading. You're not a dick for saying no, you're just saying no.  Title aside I really enjoyed the book. Like the author I learnt the hard way about constantly saying 'yes' and how it starts to affect you. I used to be a partnership manager with training providers and some of those who run the companies can be real sleazeballs who will stomp all over you. I could have really done with this book then. May have saved me a few months of pain before I got the hang of telling them where to go. Saying no can be very liberating and this book looks at all the different ways to do that.  It's funny but full of information. It's a great companion to have to hand when facing some of the more demanding members of family or work colleagues. It's quick to read and doesn't bog you down with science or by being pretentious.  I really enjoyed it Free arc from netgalley and Kings Road publishing

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ronita Banerjee

    Name- The Good Girl's Guide To Being A D*ck Written by- Alexandra Reinwarth Published by- HarperCollins Pages- 182 Genre- Non-fiction (Self-help/Humour) My Thoughts- Before delving into the book I just want to admit the title of the book definitely blew me away, well in a good way for sure. I rarely read self help books. The reason is quite simple. They never helped me. Well as plain as it might sound this is the reason I have always maintained at hand distance from this genre. Well in case you all ar Name- The Good Girl's Guide To Being A D*ck Written by- Alexandra Reinwarth Published by- HarperCollins Pages- 182 Genre- Non-fiction (Self-help/Humour) My Thoughts- Before delving into the book I just want to admit the title of the book definitely blew me away, well in a good way for sure. I rarely read self help books. The reason is quite simple. They never helped me. Well as plain as it might sound this is the reason I have always maintained at hand distance from this genre. Well in case you all are thinking that this book somehow changed my perspective then I would like to say, you are damn right. It did actually changed some of my previously acquired notions. The most positive side of this book which I personally realized is that unlike other self helps this book doesn't preach. It rather pokes on our self respect and self believe and definitely tries to help on boosting a girl's self esteem. Since women have always been portrayed as a victim of our society everywhere, it has somehow latched itself to our personality. Being a woman I have always felt that this sorry state of ours is the direct result of our low self esteem. Alexandra in her book talks about some real life experience which helped her grow as a person. For example when to say that enough is enough and I am done with so and so. I believe her chit chat with her husband brought out a much needed humour which was a bonus for a self help book. And finally no wonder this book is a bestseller.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jules

    This was an okay read. Although I wouldn’t say I found it all that helpful to me personally. I think I’m too nice to be a d*ck, lol. Also, some of the sections were irrelevant to me, like the work section, as I work for myself, and the parents and children section, as I don’t have kids. I did enjoy the friendship and love sections though. I loved the old proverb used in the book to describe how special and important friendship is to our quality of life: Love asked friendship ‘Why do you exist when This was an okay read. Although I wouldn’t say I found it all that helpful to me personally. I think I’m too nice to be a d*ck, lol. Also, some of the sections were irrelevant to me, like the work section, as I work for myself, and the parents and children section, as I don’t have kids. I did enjoy the friendship and love sections though. I loved the old proverb used in the book to describe how special and important friendship is to our quality of life: Love asked friendship ‘Why do you exist when there is me already?’ And friendship answered: ‘To bring a smile where you leave tears.’

  5. 4 out of 5

    Deepspice9

    I was disappointed; as so many of these books, it’s more a memoir, ‘how I became this’ than ‘how can you become this’. No real attention is given to how the reader can learn to change their mindset, as the title promises, without the personal ‘aha’ moments the author had to bring her to change her mindset. If hearing how someone else became a d*ck would help me, my friends’ stories would have done that years ago...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cindel Van Der Valk

    The general message is clear within the first 10 pages. Pick what you can change and care about. The rest: fuck it. As long as you're not excessively rude, but do put up boundaries, you're good. In my opinion this took way too long to explain. I guess that for some people it is good to read it all and read about the effects some behaviors can have. The general message is clear within the first 10 pages. Pick what you can change and care about. The rest: fuck it. As long as you're not excessively rude, but do put up boundaries, you're good. In my opinion this took way too long to explain. I guess that for some people it is good to read it all and read about the effects some behaviors can have.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Devanshi Sanghani

    The book title is really captivating so is this book. The Good Girl’s Guide to being a D*ck by Alexandra Reinwarth is really a book that will help you in implementing the art of saying what you want, asking for what you need and getting the life you deserve. At some point we all spent far too much time with people we don’t like, in places we don’t wanna be and things we don’t wanna do. We spend all this time because we don’t want to seem rude to other people, or either of the ways we try to be kin The book title is really captivating so is this book. The Good Girl’s Guide to being a D*ck by Alexandra Reinwarth is really a book that will help you in implementing the art of saying what you want, asking for what you need and getting the life you deserve. At some point we all spent far too much time with people we don’t like, in places we don’t wanna be and things we don’t wanna do. We spend all this time because we don’t want to seem rude to other people, or either of the ways we try to be kind. But there are times where there comes a question ” do this situations or people really deserve our kindness?”. This book teaches us to say no to a friend who hasn’t been faithful to us and instead spend out time with the ones who love us in any situation. This book teaches us to stop impressing people by being someone else and just be who we are. This book teaches us to make ourselves happy rather then trying to make others happy. Because true happiness lies within and when you are happy you keep others happy. This guide will help you to cut of all the intoxications in your life and will motivate you to live a better life and do better. Yes it’s a self help book but it is equipped with real life experiences that contain humour and are light to read. I absolutely loved reading this book and this book was certainly needed to be read for the phase that I was passing through. The good girls guide to being a D*ck is about standing up for yourself when people are willing to push you down. It’s about living your life on your own terms. It’s about praising your weirdness and letting the world praise it too. I would rate this a 4🌟 Special thanks to Harper Collins India for this book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Divya8720

    This book sends the wrong message. The author was promoting giving up on your goals all throughout the book. There's a difference between loving and accepting yourself and giving up on yourself and not striving to be a better version of yourself. For example, Alexandra Reinwarth does not handle the topic of weight so well. If you are looking for either motivation to work on becoming a healthier and better person or to start loving yourself more, this isn't the right book for you. Instead of enco This book sends the wrong message. The author was promoting giving up on your goals all throughout the book. There's a difference between loving and accepting yourself and giving up on yourself and not striving to be a better version of yourself. For example, Alexandra Reinwarth does not handle the topic of weight so well. If you are looking for either motivation to work on becoming a healthier and better person or to start loving yourself more, this isn't the right book for you. Instead of encouraging her readers, she suggests that you should accept the fact that you can't do better and you should just give up and deal with the skin you're in. I feel that she might've meant to tell us to accept ourselves for who we are and love ourselves no matter what, but it certainly didn't come out that way. This might sound confusing but it's the smallest things that can make the biggest difference in the meaning of what she's saying.

  9. 5 out of 5

    SheAintGotNoShoes

    Normally I would not read a book with such a title as to be honest, I am already a mistress of snarkiness and really do not want to add ' dickiness ' to my resume. Being kind, helpful and fair minded are the traits I want to develop further, not lessons in becoming a first class female dick !! Yet, I read the back of the book, which was in the new books section at my local library and realized it was really not a book on being a jerk, but rather learning to do things that benefit you rather than Normally I would not read a book with such a title as to be honest, I am already a mistress of snarkiness and really do not want to add ' dickiness ' to my resume. Being kind, helpful and fair minded are the traits I want to develop further, not lessons in becoming a first class female dick !! Yet, I read the back of the book, which was in the new books section at my local library and realized it was really not a book on being a jerk, but rather learning to do things that benefit you rather than hurting others, learning to say no and avoiding the resultant feelings of shame or not being nice enough, as well as learning to overlook some quirks in your otherwise healthy relationships. I loved it and her humor as well ! Great especially for those who would rather hack their arms off than to say no to someone !

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ali

    Some useful bits and helpful reminders but the author spent a lot of time ranting about her personal circumstances.

  11. 5 out of 5

    I Contain

    Not as much advice as I would have liked. More just complaining about the situations in life and talking about how silly they are.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Raven Black

    Meh its alright, nothing special. Kinda disappointing to be honest

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sissy's Romance Book Review

    The Good Girl's Guide to Being a D*ck: The Art of Saying What You Want and Getting the Life You Deserve by Alexandra Reinwarth. The title of the book draws you to this first thing...at least for me it did. This is a good self help type book that works to help you say no. I know for me I have this overwhelming need to say yes to help other sometimes when I can't or don't want to. This leads me to have stress because I have committed myself and now I stress about that and about then working to tak The Good Girl's Guide to Being a D*ck: The Art of Saying What You Want and Getting the Life You Deserve by Alexandra Reinwarth. The title of the book draws you to this first thing...at least for me it did. This is a good self help type book that works to help you say no. I know for me I have this overwhelming need to say yes to help other sometimes when I can't or don't want to. This leads me to have stress because I have committed myself and now I stress about that and about then working to take back what I said I would do. So anything to help me just say no to make my life easier and really you aren't helping anyone when you make a false commitment. So overall I found this book helpful.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Meghan Lloyd

    The timing for receiving this book was absolutely perfect! I recently had an epiphany come about the hard way regarding stress, making others happy over myself, and thinking about how to rewire my brain so that I think in a healthier way about relationships (family, friends, love, etc.). So when this book arrived in the mail, I was ecstatic. Exactly what I needed and I intend on recommending it to all of my friends who need to realize the important messages in this book. First published in Germa The timing for receiving this book was absolutely perfect! I recently had an epiphany come about the hard way regarding stress, making others happy over myself, and thinking about how to rewire my brain so that I think in a healthier way about relationships (family, friends, love, etc.). So when this book arrived in the mail, I was ecstatic. Exactly what I needed and I intend on recommending it to all of my friends who need to realize the important messages in this book. First published in Germany several years ago, this fabulous self-help guide is finally making its way to the States! Sometimes realizing who is important in your life is hard when you have so many people draining you and taking your focus away from what you truly want, need, and deserve. We worry too much about what other people think, and in the process, we leave ourselves in the dust in our hurry to please everyone. This book guides women around the world on how to fill their lives with what's important to them and remove that which brings no added value. You don't have to be a d*ck to get what you want...but sometimes you need to embrace your inner d*ick to get what you want. This book had me laughing from page one! The humorous anecdotes about the author's personal encounters were exactly what the doctor ordered. It made me feel like she really understood what I go through, the people I have to deal with on a regular basis, and she gave practical advice on how to remove these negative influences from my life. Saying no more often, telling people off when you have put up with their crap for too long, and watching how others who have perfected the art still stay popular even though they regularly are selfish with their time. I grew up a strong, confident young woman who was honest with others, almost to a fault, but along the way, I realized that I eventually became a people pleaser. If people don't like me, I get very upset, and I do everything I can to fix that. But that inevitably leads to folks walking all over me...which is not good. Now I have some strong methods in my back pocket that I can whip out when needed. I hope everyone gives this book a chance! Be prepared to laugh a lot and expect to learn a lot about yourself in the process. **I received a free copy from the publisher and this is my honest review.**

  15. 4 out of 5

    Parissa Dunkinson

    This book is quite simply awful. I thought it might share some wonderfully positive ideas about being assertive and how to achieve the things you want. Instead the author seems to winge about her imperfect life and gives anecdotes of her life to this effect. I wouldn’t recommend anyone reading this book, maybe I just wasn’t in the mood for it and other may find it funny. I wanted something uplifting and far funny that what it was.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Andi Is Awesome

    I tried twice to read this for book club and it’s awful sorry E!) I can’t stand how condescending, preachy and bitchy the author was. We get it, you’re a dick, no shit Sherlock. I understand what the book was trying to do but honestly the way it was written was just unreadable. I only made it to page 40, apparently I already knew how to be a dick. Shocking eh?

  17. 4 out of 5

    Beckie1189

    It's a funny book but you shouldn't take it too serious. The author writes she wants to Show how life can be easier but you aren't an asshole for other People afterwards. The problem is-big surprise- you might not have any friends if you behave like her. But, as I said, it is really funny too read. It's a funny book but you shouldn't take it too serious. The author writes she wants to Show how life can be easier but you aren't an asshole for other People afterwards. The problem is-big surprise- you might not have any friends if you behave like her. But, as I said, it is really funny too read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    An alright read, nothing works changing but some great reminders!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    Eventhough I didn't agree with the writer on many occasions she did raise some good points that got me thinking about the extent I'm willing to go to please people I love,barely know or even people who don't know about me and probably wouldn't like me no matter what I do. Eventhough I didn't agree with the writer on many occasions she did raise some good points that got me thinking about the extent I'm willing to go to please people I love,barely know or even people who don't know about me and probably wouldn't like me no matter what I do.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    I listened to this casually, for entertainment, rather than for self-help purposes. (Found it on Spotify because I was looking for something to fall asleep to but then it was funny enough to listen to on my way to uni and such.) It was indeed entertaining, but I didn't take anything new away from it. Basically, it was just an affirmation for me that I'm either doing everything right already, or that I can't be bothered to try and change my views and behaviour because that would be much more of an I listened to this casually, for entertainment, rather than for self-help purposes. (Found it on Spotify because I was looking for something to fall asleep to but then it was funny enough to listen to on my way to uni and such.) It was indeed entertaining, but I didn't take anything new away from it. Basically, it was just an affirmation for me that I'm either doing everything right already, or that I can't be bothered to try and change my views and behaviour because that would be much more of an effort and actually pretty toxic--but I digress. Bottom line: What's most important, what I endorse, and what's actually the core of this book: Don't give any fucks, but also don't be an asshole while you do that. EDIT: I don't understand why but this one here and one called "Ommh Arsch vorbei geht auch ein Weg" which is by the same author go under the same credentials here? Despite having different content? The Ommh Version wasn't has good however. Some parts were in the other book and the author didn't even put a memo with it, like: "I talked about this in my other book as well." Most of the stuff was different content, however. I just skipped the parts that were in the other book. But even the new content wasn't as interesting, because it was mostly about spirituality and life's purpose, and though it was interesting (and entertaining) to see how people practice their stuff, this book couldn't offer me anything because I know full well my spiritual path. Also, the conclusion about life's purpose was the same for me from the very beginning, so. Again, bottom line: Pretty cute to listen to while doing chores, but that was it for me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com

    #FirstLine ~ It all began when I said "F*** you! to Catherine. An important book for those that need to learn a bit more about asking for what you want and then, in turn, getting what you deserve. It was well written in a way you can read a bit at time or to read it from cover to cover in one sitting. A clever, witty and entertaining look into why we always want to make others happy, when all we really need is to learn ti be more of a di**! This book will help you explore you as a person, you fri #FirstLine ~ It all began when I said "F*** you! to Catherine. An important book for those that need to learn a bit more about asking for what you want and then, in turn, getting what you deserve. It was well written in a way you can read a bit at time or to read it from cover to cover in one sitting. A clever, witty and entertaining look into why we always want to make others happy, when all we really need is to learn ti be more of a di**! This book will help you explore you as a person, you friends/acquaintances and strangers, family, parents and children and love and so much more! A great rad and one I recommend!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Madeleine Longtin

    I loved this. It's so validating to hear someone tell you that 1) you aren't the only ones with these strange ideas about how you need to please people and 2) that it's okay for you to stop giving a fuck. Some of the key things I've learned from reading this are: 1) Say no when you don't want to do something. If people are going to judge you for saying no, that's their problem! 2) Stop trying to be this "ideal" version of yourself; it's too much pressure and it's not worth the stress! It's unlike I loved this. It's so validating to hear someone tell you that 1) you aren't the only ones with these strange ideas about how you need to please people and 2) that it's okay for you to stop giving a fuck. Some of the key things I've learned from reading this are: 1) Say no when you don't want to do something. If people are going to judge you for saying no, that's their problem! 2) Stop trying to be this "ideal" version of yourself; it's too much pressure and it's not worth the stress! It's unlikely you are ever going to have a bikini body, you aren't suddenly going to enjoy running if you just force yourself to do it, and if you are happier spending time at home in your pajamas than going to some self-improvement class with a bunch of strangers - that's okay! 3) Your partner is probably NOT thinking what you're assuming they're thinking - so stop assuming. Men are generally simple creatures and they are prone to forgetting. It's not a personal attack on you when they continue to leave their dirty laundry on the floor instead of putting it in the basket. So stop taking it personally! Learn to accept the little flaws they may have for your own sake. I could go on but these are definitely the strongest takeaways for me. If you are a woman and you think the above sentiments sound appealing, you really need to read this book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rachel D.

    I appreciate this book for the title alone. I wouldn't say it's really changed my life or anything but it's still a fun read that challenges you to look out for yourself. I appreciate this book for the title alone. I wouldn't say it's really changed my life or anything but it's still a fun read that challenges you to look out for yourself.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    The Good Girl's Guide to Being a D*ck is a very useful little book. It shows you how to learn to say no to people in various common scenarios, and to deal with awkward family discussions. It is wittily written with bags of common sense. I could imagine referring to it before saying no to a workplace jolly, or an extended family cruise holiday. It would make a great discussion book at a book club too, as most people struggle to deal with confrontation. The Good Girl's Guide to Being a D*ck is a very useful little book. It shows you how to learn to say no to people in various common scenarios, and to deal with awkward family discussions. It is wittily written with bags of common sense. I could imagine referring to it before saying no to a workplace jolly, or an extended family cruise holiday. It would make a great discussion book at a book club too, as most people struggle to deal with confrontation.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Annarella

    This is the book i'd have liked to read when I was in the twenties. A witty, funny and enjoyable guide on how to say no to people and situation who want to force you into saying yes to their requests. Even if now I'm older and learned how to say no there're still some tricks and advice that can be useful. It was a useful and fun read. Highly recommended. Many thanks to Kings Road Publishing and Netgalley for this ARC This is the book i'd have liked to read when I was in the twenties. A witty, funny and enjoyable guide on how to say no to people and situation who want to force you into saying yes to their requests. Even if now I'm older and learned how to say no there're still some tricks and advice that can be useful. It was a useful and fun read. Highly recommended. Many thanks to Kings Road Publishing and Netgalley for this ARC

  26. 4 out of 5

    Steph

    Bought for me for a friend who always complains that I'm "too nice". I recognised a lot of my own behaviours, and the advice given (especially in the sections about dealing with strangers) I can definitely apply in my own life when I'm feeling trapped. Some parts were more anecdotal and left me thinking "so, what should I do to better this situation in the real world?" without any real answer. But that's some parts of life I suppose. There's not always a simple answer! Bought for me for a friend who always complains that I'm "too nice". I recognised a lot of my own behaviours, and the advice given (especially in the sections about dealing with strangers) I can definitely apply in my own life when I'm feeling trapped. Some parts were more anecdotal and left me thinking "so, what should I do to better this situation in the real world?" without any real answer. But that's some parts of life I suppose. There's not always a simple answer!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    A very short, lighthearted read with a few 'HA' moments. The stories and anecdotes are relatable for the most part (except there is a whole chapter on being a parent which didn't relate to me at all but I still read because I had a long train journey). There is one dominant message throughout - don't do things you don't want to do. Not sure it would be on my top books to recommend list but a nice, easy read all the same. A very short, lighthearted read with a few 'HA' moments. The stories and anecdotes are relatable for the most part (except there is a whole chapter on being a parent which didn't relate to me at all but I still read because I had a long train journey). There is one dominant message throughout - don't do things you don't want to do. Not sure it would be on my top books to recommend list but a nice, easy read all the same.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kar

    “Sometimes you need to clearly define what exactly you don’t want to care about any more, so that you can live the life you want to.” Quite funny and relatable. Most of the author’s advice stem from personal experiences. She asks the reader questions to make them think more deeply about their life and how they want to deal with certain situations. A light read and heartwarming too.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Immie

    Funny title, but the rest couldn't convince me. Funny title, but the rest couldn't convince me.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Savannah Breakey

    Great book if you want to learn how to say no to people even in the most delicate of situations.

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