Don't Worry Stop Sweating...Use Deodorant: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Stinking Up Your Life

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Dec 18, 2012 - Humor - 119 pages
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Isn't it time you read a self-help book that really tells it like it is? Dr. Richard Feelgood has come up with the final answer to all of the warm-and-fuzzy guides probably gathering dust on your bookshelves right now. In Don't Worry Stop Sweating, you'll get the tips you need to help yourself control perspiration and get happy at the same time. There are 59 entries with such titles as:

Stop Thinking about Your Thoughts
Give Up the Fear of Repeating Yourself
Don't Worry, Make Money
Imagine Yourself at the Funeral of Someone You Hated
Wait for Perspiration, Not Inspiration
Friends Come and Go. So What?

Filled with pithy nuggets and commonsense credos, this send-up of self-help books will give you lots of no-sweat advice for a happy life.

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Richard Sandomir is an award-winning sports television columnist for the "New York Times. "His previous books include "Bald Like Me: The Hair-Raising Adventures of Baldman" and "The Englightened Bracketologist: The Final Four of Everything", also with Mark Reiter.

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