Felicity Morse

Give a F**k

Praise for Give a F**k:

'It really cuts through the honey glaze of self-help and hits you right where you need it' – Holly Bourne, author of How Do You Like Me Now?

'Felicity writes with the compassion, assuredness and humour of someone who clearly gets what it can be like to feel too much of everything too much of the time.' – Ruby etc, illustrator and cartoonist

'Part philosophy, part psychology, and part self-help, Give a F**k … lays out, in the simplest and clearest terms, why and how we should all Give a F**k … about ourselves, about other people, and about the universe we inhabit. If you didn’t Give a F**k before you read it, I challenge you not to Give a F**k after you have.' – Jim Piddock

A funny, wise, practical and expressive guide to caring and compassion – also known as ‘giving a f**k’!

As a unique counter to other ‘f**k’ titles, in which we are encouraged to strive for what we want, our dreams and ambitions, by walking our own individual path, autonomously and without caring what others think, Give A F**k has one important, vital and highly topical theme at its heart: compassion. Otherwise known as caring, AKA giving a f**k. Journalist and life-coach Felicity Morse has turned her smart, witty and informed focus on developing our innate compassion / kindness skills, for the enduring benefit of ourselves, and for the many ways in which we can care for, help, learn from and work with the people and the world around us to achieve profound fulfillment.

Give a F**k covers Self, Relationships, Community and Infinity and Beyond and combines warm, witty and philosophical narrative with thought-provoking and easy-to-implement exercises to help us conquer our personal obstacles in the path of developing our most caring selves.
293 printed pages
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Michael O'Mara Books
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  • Dome Jarahas quoted3 months ago
    there are times when being a sensitive, caring human being sucks.
  • Najla Nazizhas quotedlast month
    ‘As long as you are breathing, there is more right with you than there is wrong, no matter how ill or how hopeless you may feel.’
  • Najla Nazizhas quotedlast month
    You are allowed to enjoy life, even if you haven’t done everything on your to-do list.

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