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- Publisher: Blue Lightning Press (September 24, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 24, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LXBF1V0
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Abe Surde's life story (including magical connections to Carl Jung, the Chupacabra, and Greek goddess Athena) is fascinating and would certainly seem to qualify him to author such a book.
Many hilarious scenarios are described for the reader's benefit such as a human-armadillo baby, bringing a barf bag as countermeasure when visiting your co-dependent couple friends, sending haters into space to benefit from harmonic planetary vibrations, jealousy caused by expired food, escorting a pollyanna back to reality by feeding them a nasty raw olive (perfect remedy from a devotee of Athena), and forcing a thief to act out the role of Robin Hood in a play.
As a vegan, I personally enjoyed the section on The Worrier. Since becoming vegan, I do still worry about animals all the time (why I'm vegan), but I enjoy the suggestion that worriers would stop worrying if they gave up meat. Try it and see!
Read this book if you are sick of self help books and just want to laugh, for crying out loud.