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Furiously Happy

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" J'ai un peu perdu la raison, lentement mais sûrement. Et c'est ce qui pouvait m'arriver de mieux. "
" Cher lecteur ou lectrice,
En cet instant, vous tenez ce livre entre vos mains et vous vous demandez si cela vaut le coup de le lire. Probabalement pas. Mais il y a un billeet caché dans la reliure, donc, si j'étais je foncerais à la caisse pour l'acheter avant que votre libraire ne s'en aperçoive.
Je vous en prie, inutile de me remercier.
Ce livre s'intitule Furiously Happy - Chroniques désopilantes sur des choses qui le sont moins. Ce n'est pas qu'un titre, mais également un petit quelque chose qui m'a sauvé la vie."

Comme de nombreux proches de l'auteur, vous vous dites : " Qu'est-ce qui cloche chez Jenny ? " D'après les divers psys qu'elle a consultés au cours des vingt dernières années, Jerry est une "dépressive hautement fonctionnelle qui souffre d'un grave trouble de l'anciété". Un jour, elle décide d'inverser la polarité de ses émotions, et de devenir FURIOSLY HAPPY.
Née de cette volonté de célébrer la vie, et la fantaisie sous toutes ses formes, sa philosophie a déjà conquis des milliers de lecteurs à travers le monde !

From Publishers Weekly

Aug 31, 2015 – Popular blogger/author Lawson (Let's Pretend This Didn't Happen) writes that this "funny book" about mental illness is not so much a sequel to her last book, but rather "a collection of bizarre essays and conversations and confused thoughts stuck together by spilled boxed wine and the frustrated tears of baffled editors." While followers of Lawson's blog will be familiar with her fascination with unusual topics (e.g., stuffed critters, the mysteries of Japanese toilets), newcomers may initially be jolted by the author's litany of diagnoses (depression, anxiety, autoimmune disorders, phobias, insomnia, etc.) as well as her unique ability to turn life's lemons into hilarious stories. Lawson decides that rather than wave a white flag, she will combat mental illness by being "furiously happy." Helping her stuffed raccoons ride on her cats, visiting Australia in a koala bear costume, and battling menacing swans are just a few of the ways she creates humor in a life that might defeat a less inventive individual. She also shares days of darkness, social anxiety, and a range of fears that sometimes keep her housebound. Though mostly comedic, the text also addresses such serious issues as self-injury and why mental illness is misunderstood. Lawson insightfully explores the ways in which dark moments serve to make the lighter times all the brighter.
Furiously Happy
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  • $15.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Biographies & Memoirs
  • Published: Mar 09, 2017
  • Publisher: 12-21
  • Seller: Interforum, S.A.
  • Print Length: 305 Pages
  • Language: French
  • Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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