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Cheaper than Therapy: An Irreverently Snarky Adult Coloring Journal (Irreverent Book) (Volume 6) Paperback – March 1, 2017
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My mother recently passed away and this coloring book has been part of my grief therapy. There are pages that encompass the full range of emotions that I've encountered the past few weeks and for the days that I feel "normal", I am able to write.
Sasha does state at the beginning of the book that if you'd prefer to have this as a spiral bound book to take it a local print shop to have them convert it to that style. I highly recommend that you do that!
If you are someone who is snarky, sassy, and a little bit bad assy - this might be the journal for you! It works well for me!
My favorite pages from this journal are "Good morning, I see the assassins have failed, get off your high horse, cry me a f-ing river, are you f-ing kidding me, and may the bridges I burn light the way. But all in all, there are so multiple awesome and fun pages to color! Thanks for this precious gem of a journal Sasha- keep em coming!