- Think Productively: It's not that you have to see it to believe it; on the contrary, you have to believe it to see it.
- Be Gorgeous: I myself believe that I am about ten times prettier than I actually am. By dint of sheer will power, I have managed to convince many people of this.
- Enjoy Your Single Years: Do not think that the whole point of being single is being married; men don't think this way, and neither should you.
In Radical Sanity, these lessons, and many more, are delivered with the sharp wit and candor we've come to expect -- and love -- from Elizabeth Wurtzel.
A good quick read. Elizabeth Wurtzel has such insight into how the simple pleasures can impact your quality of life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by amanimal
I'm familiar with Wurtzel's bouts with mental illness and drugs after reading PROZAC NATION and MORE, NOW, AGAIN. After that darkness, she sees light. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sharif
Funny and insightful. I hope many teenagers and young adults get to read this but not take it ALL personally. Take what fits and leave the rest.Published 23 months ago by Billy Bowtie jr.
I always enjoy Elizabeth Wurtzel's books however this one seemed very poorly written. She seemed very scatterbrained through the entire book. Read morePublished on February 27, 2011 by Maddie
I read this book when I was in college and just recently read it again 8 years later before donating it to someone else who can benefit from it. Read morePublished on September 10, 2009 by skylark
This book it a complete waste of money if you want good advice. The advice given is very hypocritical and contradictory. Read morePublished on July 23, 2008 by Jezebella
If so, then URP and shame on everyone for dragging out EW's least imaginative and most poorly written and confusing book and trying to pass it off as a new title. Read morePublished on August 11, 2007 by N. Charest
While I pretty much liked Prozac Nation, Bitch, and More, Now & Again, this book was completely horrible. Everything about it is cliched. Read morePublished on February 13, 2005 by Kristin Bell