The Little Book of Bad Moods is a workbook that lets you work through your bad moods. Some chapters include – “Blame Others”, “How to make any day a bad day” (I am excelling at this lately) and “Life Sucks Online”. Blame Others includes activities like – “How do you spot an idiot…” in traffic, at work, online, etc. Oh, can I have some fun with this 😉 Unlike the book I read the other day about having a gratitude journal – this book has an ingratitude journal where you list what bothered you each day of the week. (Sadly, I’d have a much easier time filling this out than the other way around.) But maybe once I go through and get all the negativity out of my system I’ll start feeling better? Or maybe I’m just destined to be in a bad mood forever… but at least I’ll have a record of who made me that way in this book.
I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated. This book was published February 12 from Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books.
About the Book
Let’s face it: we’re sick of staying positive. Meditating. Doing yoga. Those things are so boring. How about finding a new and more engaging way to relieve your stress and get you through the hell that is your life?
The Little Book of Bad Moods, an irreverent adult activity book, lets you unleash all that anger and say the things that you can’t say out loud. With lots of fun and easy fill-in activities perfect for all the minor annoyances in life, this is the only kind of meditation you’ll ever need.
Hilarious, fun, and shockingly cathartic, this is a bad little book that encourages you to complain, moan, and embrace your inner a**hole. So put that pen to paper, let your cranky flag fly, and be sure to hide this book from anyone you care about.