TITLE: “F*ck Feelings: One Shrink’s Practical Advice for Managing All Life’s Impossible Problems”
Most people try therapy to change something they don’t like about themselves or to figure out a way to change another person. Michael and Sarah Bennett, Harvard educated psychiatrist father and comedy writing daughter, know that these goals are impossible to achieve, deflating and counter-productive.
In the Bennetts’ new book: F*CK FEELINGS (yes, that is really the title) they cut to chase, giving us solutions to 140 of the problems that land on Dr. Bennett’s couch – family, love, work, self-esteem, garden-variety jerks and more. is the cut-to-the-chase therapy session you’ve been looking for!
Need to stop screwing up? Want to become a more positive person? Do you work with an ass? Think you can rescue an addicted person? Looking for closure after abuse? Have you realized that your parent is an asshole? Feel compelled to clear your name? Hope to salvage a lost love … then don’t miss this outrageous, funny and sensible interview with the Bennetts who help their readers focus on realistic solutions and acceptance.
ABOUT DR. MICHAEL BENNETT & SARAH BENNETT
MICHAEL BENNETT, MD
Dr. Michael I. Bennett, educated at both Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, is a board-certified psychiatrist, Canadian, and Red Sox fan. While he’s worked in every aspect of his field, from hospital administration to managed care, his major interest is his private practice which he’s been running for almost thirty years. The author of F*ck Feelings, with his daughter Sarah Bennett, he lives with his wife in Boston.
Sarah Bennett has written for magazines, the Internet, television, and books. She also spent two years writing for a monthly sketch comedy show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York. When not living by her philosophy of “will write for food,” Sarah walks her dog, watches Red Sox games, and avoids eye contact with other humans. Somehow, she lives in New Hampshire and works in New York. F*ck Feelings, written with her father Dr. Michael I. Bennett, is her first book.