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Making maturity fun again!

Dr. Faith explains the fundamentals of adulting in this expanded version of her mini pocket zine. 

Spoiler: None of the requirements are about having certain jobs, kids, possessions, and debts or being totally bored and stressed out and hating your life. It's hard work to do adult stuff well but the kind of work that's satisfying because it's about being good to yourself and other people and building a life you're okay with waking up to every day. 

Keep these hot tips around for when you're making big decisions, dealing with difficult situations, or to give to a friend or kid who's making any kind of big life transition. The truth is, adulting is way more fun than kidding. You got this!

©2018 Faith G. Harper (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Johnson
  • 30-10-20

Sounds fine to me

I'm glad I didn't let some of the other reviews keep me from listening to this book. The audio quality seemed to be an annoyance to many listeners of this book and was almost enough to keep me from downloading it because who really will pay attention to something that sounds like shit? Me being me, I figured I would check it out and decide on my own if the audio was that bad. To my very pleasant surprise, it sounded fine to me! That smell check passed and I was on my way to enjoying a very simple yet impactful book. I'm glad I came equip with some decision making skills before listening, but I'm really fucking happy to be leaving with a few more tricks of the trade. More than sufficient audio, great content, and just an over all dope ass experience. Thanks doc!

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  • Joe Graziano (financial consultant, author, and ...lover)
  • 09-10-20

It’s ok. A bit too edgy for me.

It’s got some good concepts which I feel were good reviews of things I’ve learned but put all into a book. I personally didn’t like the overt adolescent speech style especially where she gives an example of defending LGBT people against the archetypical uncle by marginalizing his group. Seems like the thought process hadn’t come full circle and missed all the cisgender female Trump supporters which happens to be close to 50%.

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  • Semaj
  • 09-07-20

helpful

loved it, very helpful advice. also, Erin Bennett has the perfect voice for this text

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-11-20

Faith G Harper is my savior

Very well written and I’m jealous of anyone is Faith’s private practice. This is a warm and welcoming woman who knows what she’s talking about. 10/10 would recommend

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  • The confiscating security guard
  • 28-11-20

Good material over all

Have to say the author though very accomplished PhD curses like a sailor but the information was very helpful. Have been distracted with taking care of elderly parents wanted practice advice my parents are unable to give any longer. Asking older friends had put a strain on friendship they do not always know what advice to give anyway. This is the next best thing to hiring a therapist. Thanks

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  • Reiko Murakami
  • 24-11-20

Great listen!

I listened to Sara Knight's books prior to listening to this and this book was just as witty. I really enjoyed it.

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  • Callmedullgirl
  • 23-11-20

Not for everyone but I loved it

Not for everyone but I loved it. It’s short and simple. Basically just be a good person, and don’t let everyone else make decisions for you. Take time for yourself.

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  • Angela Babb
  • 22-11-20

Approachable content! Unnecessary cursing

I loved how approachable this book was, and along with the practical content, I enjoyed the book as a whole. The author clearly knows her stuff! However, just a bit too much cussing. I’m no saint, and I use the word fuck often, but in this context it takes away from the message a bit.

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  • Jodi Breakenridge
  • 18-11-20

For what it’s worth...

Loved the logic, hated the cussing. I’m shocked because I cuss but it became a distraction. Good book, otherwise.

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  • Nathaniel Rockarts
  • 18-11-20

awesomeness

as always, faith has broken down the basics in a manner that allows the readers/listeners to fully comprehend her thoughts and perspectives