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All Women Are Bitches & All Men Are Bastards!
All Women Are Bitches & All Men Are Bastards
All Women are Bitches & All Men are Bastards! allows us to take a closer look at ourselves before we point a finger at the opposite gender. Men and woman are perhaps more alike than either would care to admit and this book will have readers laughing at how human we actually are. The book provides valuable insights into what goes on behind the scenes in our actions that we show to the world. Once we can look beyond the behavior and into the emotions from the other person’s point of view, we can have more valuable and interactive relationships with the people we care about. This is a journey inward—sandpaper for the soul.
All women are bitches and all men are bastards asks the reader to look at how they contribute to the relationships they have in their lives and how this influences the outcomes both positive and negative that we often see and experience in everyday life.
All women are bitches and all men are bastards takes the reader through some very common situations that are experienced in everyday life to help acknowledge that none of us are alone in these feelings and experiences but to also acknowledge how much easier it can be to overcome these perceived obstacles when we realize what role we play in our relationships.
This book will have you laughing at the funny things we all do and possibly crying in others; like when we are asked to address what it is we truly want from relationship and life. All women are bitches and all men are bastards! offers both insight and solution to some age old relationship “problems.”
We really are more similar than we are not after all!
From the chapter:
The Pursuit of Happiness
Have you ever noticed how some people seem to always look beyond themselves or seek externally to fill the emptiness, void,or unhappiness they feel? Nothing ever seems to work; they
always end up in the same place of dissatisfaction and unhappiness.
There is a saying, “We don’t know what we don’t know.”
This is a true statement and a mildly frustrating one nonetheless. Those who seek externally to assist themselves in feeling better about themselves and the life they have created, don’t
know that by avoiding themselves, they completely miss the point.
They are unhappy because they avoid looking at themselves for the solution to the problems, issues, or unhappiness they are causing in their own lives.
It is a harsh reality to be confronted with, but ultimately, we are each responsible for our own happiness. The reality is even harder to take when we are honest in whether we actually
know what we want. Most of us don’t; most of us haven’t even asked this question seriously enough to stop for a couple of minutes and feel through what it is that would actually make
us happy. If we each did this, suddenly our awareness, direction,
satisfaction, and purpose are all realised. And when you do this, no longer can you play the victim of life and circumstance; you have chosen to be self-responsible and own what it
is that you really want. You will be honouring yourself and everyone else around you; maturing into an adult from the adolescent behaviours and attitudes you had held dear until