Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things
In Furiously Happy, a diversion journal tinged with simply enough disaster and poignancy to make it beneficial, Jenny Lawson looks at her own particular involvement with serious melancholy and a large group of different conditions, and clarifies how it has driven her to live minus all potential limitations:
“I’ve frequently imagined that individuals with serious misery have grown such a well to experience extraordinary feeling that they may have the capacity to experience outrageous satisfaction in a way that ‘typical individuals’ additionally may never get it. Furthermore, that is the thing that Furiously Happy is about.”
Jenny’s readings are standing room just, with fans arranging to have Jenny sign their containers of Xanax or Prozac as frequently as they are to have her sign their books. Irately Happy interests to Jenny’s center fan base additionally rises above it. There are such a large number of individuals out there battling with sorrow and maladjustment, either themselves or somebody in their family―and in Furiously Happy they will discover an individual from their tribe presenting an elevating message (through a taxidermied roadkill raccoon). We should Pretend This Never Happened apparently was about grasping your own particular abnormality, yet where it counts it was about family. Angrily Happy is about sadness and dysfunctional behavior, however where it counts it’s about joy―and who doesn’t need more of that?