HOW TO MAKE YOURSELF MISERABLE by

HOW TO MAKE YOURSELF MISERABLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Even if you are rich, famous, and beautiful, you too can be miserable. This is the reassuring message of a reverse self-help book that teaches the reader how to create a first class anxiety (by selecting a three dimensional worry and applying the power of negative thinking) and work up to the frenzy and self torture that add up to Total Personal Misery. The authors provide seven classic misery making situations, suggest optimum brooding conditions (Sunday afternoons are good, but nothing tops New Year's Eve), probe the dynamics of rejection (and loss of a job or lovemate). A giant-size sick joke card, or hairshirt humor.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1966
Publisher: Random House