This book is a hilarious look at human nature, particularly the part that makes some people want to gripe, nag, complain, and whine. January Jones ... has divided the whiners into categories: Children, teenagers, baby boomers, men, women, seniors. In each section, she gives common whines along with advice on curing these whines. Although the book is laugh out loud funny, the advice is excellent and spot on. It's the type of book that you find yourself quoting from to everyone you know. --Self Help Daily, November 1, 2008
"January Jones is the undisputed expert on whining. Her laugh-out-loud book left out only one tiny detail--whining burns calories! Truly, the cure for whining isn't just her fabulous book, but January Jones herself."
--Diane Heavin, Founder of Curves International
Bring this book on your flight--you'll laugh all the way from the check-in line to baggage claim, putting complaints about life's troubles, including the in-flight kind, in... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Scott S. Smith
January's message is clear and timely for today's complainers and naysayers.
And she offers the appropriate remedies to those who are afflicted.
Great easy read indeed. Whether or not we see ourselves as whiners, we can all relate to something in this book for we all know a whiner or two. Read morePublished on April 19, 2011 by Christian
Thou Shalt Not Whine is laugh-out-loud entertainment with much thoughtful insight on the human condition, particularly in this day and age. Read morePublished on June 26, 2009 by Robert L. Piccioni
Great read. I loved the positive attitude. I hope this isn't the last book by January Jones. Perfect Holiday gift!!Published on October 8, 2008 by Easy Reader
I never thought too much about whining (except when my children were small)...until I read this funny, informative, clever book. Read morePublished on October 7, 2008 by Elizabeth Korf
I'm already feeling better, looking better, and almost 100% cured of whining. This book is a light-hearted read full of laughter for the whiner deep within you.Published on October 4, 2008 by Mandee A. Cassiano
I LOVE "Thou Shalt Now Whine!" I've never had kids, but now I know what I put my parents through. (Sorry, Mom and Dad!) I'm also remembering my childhood in vivid detail. Read morePublished on October 2, 2008 by Jill Hendrickson