How to Heal the Hurt by Hating

How to Heal the Hurt by Hating I wish we were back together for just one night I could push you out of my loftbed while you were sleeping Satirical and sharp downtown New York City performance artist Anita Liberty reinvents self h

  • Title: How to Heal the Hurt by Hating
  • Author: Anita Liberty
  • ISBN: 9780345423740
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
  • I wish we were back together for just one night I could push you out of my loftbed while you were sleeping Satirical and sharp, downtown New York City performance artist Anita Liberty reinvents self help as she skewers her ex boyfriend in this hilarious, hip, and audaciously candid collection of advice, poems, and diary entries I thought you were a gifted and t I wish we were back together for just one night I could push you out of my loftbed while you were sleeping Satirical and sharp, downtown New York City performance artist Anita Liberty reinvents self help as she skewers her ex boyfriend in this hilarious, hip, and audaciously candid collection of advice, poems, and diary entries I thought you were a gifted and tortured artist I was wrong.About the gifted part.Oh.And the artist part From romantic bliss to brutal breakup, from heartache to healing, this fierce, funny, and ultimately liberating homage to being dumped rips off the stiff upper lip in favor of a red hot therapy of wit, wisdom, rage, and redemption And now, a few words from Anita Liberty COMPROMISE Lowering my standards.So you can meet them You re a bad habit.I want to kick you.Hard Inclues free postcards to send to that special someone

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    1. Ένα χιουμοριστικό βιβλίο. Η συγγραφέας πολλές φορές αυτοσαρκάζεται, μοιράζεται τον <<πόνο και την δυστυχία>> το να είσαι τριάντα και αδέσμευτη, βρίζει σχεδόν τους πάντες (μα κυρίως του άντρες, αν και η ίδια δηλώνει πως μισεί μονάχα έναν) και γενικότερα, οι σελίδες περνά [...]

    2. Anita Liberty, poet and performance artist, is one fucked up bitch! Hilariously fucked up, that is! This book - I should say collection of random thoughts, rants, haikus, and scary, scary shit - is so very wonderful and precious. It shows that the only emotion more powerful than love is hate.

    3. When a guy and a girl part ways, the guy usually tries to "still be friends" while the girl ends up on a therapist's couch. Or, if she's Anita Liberty, she turns her heartache into a stand-up comedy act and companion book filled with sneering rage at the loser who dumped her. Whether your Mr. Wrong experience happened last week or a decade ago, women everywhere will relish sharing in the humor, heartbreak, and yes, hate that seems to be a universal experience. Liberty's rather avant-garde little [...]

    4. I came across this title while I was looking through my local library's poetry section. The title was so different than all the other hordes of deeply sensitive and introspective works, that right away I was charmed. Even though I don't hate, or have any hurt to heal.I wasn't disappointed. Thank you, Mitchell, for being such a douchey boyfriend that Anita used your failed relationship as an impetus to stoke her career. She slanders Mitchell left and right, with diary entries, short poems, long a [...]

    5. Cute, funny, quick read when you're halfway through a particularly mess breakup. No matter how well or poorly you've handled it, will make you feel much more mature. Or give you bad ideas about terrible things to do, if your inhibitions are particularly low (or evil streak is riled up). Thankfully, that was not the case. So instead, I just laughed. A lot. And felt a little better. It really critiques women who do that more than the boys who fuck them over, in retrospect, though I think some part [...]

    6. OK. The title is a bit scary, but I bought it at the time when I was ending a no-good relationship. And it intrigued me. The book was really great, not just manhating drivel, but more an inner dialogue of a woman going through a rough breakup. It runs through all kinds of emotions, from anger to self-pity to mourning. The author (a stage character of the real author) is both witty and glaringly truthful and this is a great book to read if you need to feel a little anger to cleanse your soul. Hec [...]

    7. The book was recommended by friend (who has only let me down once out of several books).Otherwise I would have never heard of it. The title sounds awful but what a fun book. Really worth the read. Anita is a performance poet, which I guess is like slam poetry. This certainly is. You'll feel better for reading it.Even though Barnes & Noble had her do a book signing I had to have them order the book for me as it was not on the shelves. To check the book out go to the author's web page.

    8. Many years ago, this book called to me from the shelf, at a time when it couldn't have been more appropriate. Heartbroken? The best revenge is laughing your ass off. You will find yourself in the pages of this book and you will love it. I have read, reread, purchased, and distributed this book probably more than any other. All her books are not-to-be-missed, but this is my tried and true favorite. Do yourself a favor.

    9. 3.5 stars. Bought this book a long time ago. A combination of humor and poetry that made me laugh out loud a couple of times. Didn't realize until I read the author bio at the end that it was entirely fictional (I assumed there were some creative liberties taken, but I thought it was part memoir). Still, an entertaining, quick read.

    10. Funny. Scary, but funny. For someone still involved in a 30+ year relationship, I couldn't really find commonality, but I could still enjoy the acerbic wit behind it. Anita Liberty, if that's her real name, is talented and witty. But scary. I finished the book thanking The Powers That Be that I wasn't Mitchell.

    11. The premise is cute, and there's some funny "poetry" in here, but other than that, this didn't do much for me.This was also the first book I read on my nook, and I don't think the pages rendered quite right (there were definitely some OCR problems) so that may be influencing my opinion.

    12. This is an amazing read. I actually first read this when my speech teacher had me cut it for a peice. It was amazing. Anita, you know your love poems or slam poetry really. :)

    13. A very funny book! I read this many, many years ago and loved it! A great book for anyone who remembers what those horrible break-ups are like.

    14. This book is hilarious. Now that I'm married I don't have much need for it, but when I was younger I would always return to it after a breakup.

    15. This was a favorite of mine in highschool. The style, poetry, comedy, and content is all wonderful.I didn't give it that fifth star because of the foul language and the negative message.

    16. Yes, the title does say it all. Even if you're currently heartbroken it is still a hilarious read, and believe me, you'll love it when you actually are.

    17. Cutish, but kinda creepy. Maybe too real? Definitely self indulgent. But a good read if you are recently dumped and wanna read a book by someone as angry as you.

    18. Full of bitter, sarcastic humor. I thought it was entertaining. Plus, I read it after a nasty break-up, so that could be part of why I liked it so much

    19. A friend gave this to me when I was having trouble getting un-blue over a breakup. This book yanked me up, kicked my tushy, and cracked me up. HYSTERICAL, sometimes painfully so.

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