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Stop Doing That Sh*t: End Self-Sabotage and Demand Your Life Back

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Gary John Bishop

4 Hours 41 Minutes

HarperAudio

May 2019

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From the author of the New York Times and international bestseller Unfu*k Yourself Gary John Bishop presents a no-holds-barred guide to breaking through our cycles of self-sabotage to get what we want out of life.
In Unfu*k Yourself, Gary John Bishop told us it was time to stop making excuses-to recognize and take responsibility for the negative self-talk holding us back.
In Stop Doing That Sh*t, he builds on that message, teaching us how to stop self-sabotaging behavior. Bishop explains how our destructive cycles come down to the way that we're wired. He then identifies different types of people and the ways we fu*k ourselves over: We can't save money. We land in the same type of toxic relationship. We're stuck in a rut at work. Analyzing why we act the way we do, including what our common grenades are that blow up our lives, Bishop then shows how we can interrupt the cycle and stop self-sabotaging our lives.
Written in the same in your face style as Unfu*k Yourself, Stop Doing that Sh*t will help us get in touch with our psychological machinery so we learn to interrupt negative thoughts and behavior before they start, allowing us to give our attention to something else, and start to find success in the areas we thought we never could.
We can take back our lives. We may have fu*ked up in the past, but Stop Doing That Sh*t will show us how to break the patterns in order to live the lives we yearn to have.

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  • David Adams

    This book is a hard-hitting, take no prisoners kind of writing. It isn't for the feint of heart, or anyone who wants someone permission to blame others or remain a victim of your life conditions. He gets right to the point- and makes it very clear that if you have a hard time listening to the opening...well, that's all the more reason to listen! As the author gets further in, he repeatedly stresses having compassion and patience with yourself as you slowly accept that the (often) unintentional choices that brought you to a place of stuckness have the same power to get you unstuck!

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  • Andrew K.

    so the beginning is more of a long whinded excuse of why it is you problem that you dont like the book.... let me know when the book start so i can judge it at that time. that is my thought so far. not sure if i can listen to the rest as it will be my fault i dont like it and who wants to take more blame in their life?

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