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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck (2016)

A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life.

This book provides support for someone who wants to live in reality, someone who doesn’t want to buy into our national capitalist mindset that life is about chasing one high after another. This book encourages you to embrace conflict, to be comfortable feeling uncomfortable, and to be confident in finding out what you truly believe in, then standing up for it. Fuck being likeable. Take responsibility for your own life, stop trying to solve other’s problems, ask questions, and always try to make things better. “Happiness is a struggle.”

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This book The book will drive you to get hurt facing the inevitable truth, will make you show up your deepest wounds, will leave you in anger, rage and tears depending on what you have encountered in life and the values you are living by.

“The aim of this book is to help the reader to think a little bit more clearly about what they’re choosing to find important in life and what they’re choosing to find unimportant.”

The Book Guide® Editor

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson is no conventional regular self-help book, it has a truckload of words that are supposed to be unsuitable-for-kids, having said that it’s an awesome book in and out for all the adults out there. It’s a book to guide your life for better, don’t necessarily counter all the socially unacceptable things that you do, tells you that it’s ok to be not ok and how to be that black sheep among a herd of millions of other sheep. The most important lesson that it teaches is, how not to give unnecessary f*cks to every little and big thing you encounter in your life, imbibe so or keep that frown on forever!

It’s exactly what you need to read in order to realize what you have been doing all your life was not all a sin, but at the same time how can you aid your life with wisdom that will help you live better, feel more alive, in all the spheres of life.

This book is about everything in your life. It isn’t limited to career topics or relationship styling. But rather to a higher and more intellectual state of mind and reason. This book is for you!

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck (2016) By: Mark Manson

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