Roz Chast meets Allie Brosh in this hilarious, unfiltered, and beautifully illustrated look at the infinite number of reasons the author experiences guilt, shame, regret, and self-reproach in daily life and that maybe — just maybe — some of us can relate to as well. Confronting her daily experience with dark humor and brilliant and brutal honesty, Auslander shows us how being an overindulgent mother makes her feel as terrible as the times when she can’t stand the sight of her kids; how saying yes to the wrong experiences and no to the right requests is equally bad; how her Jewish heritage complicates her relationships with her overly religious family and irreligious children; and how having a vagina is the ultimate inescapable struggle.
I Feel Bad
- From the Publisher
May 16, 2017
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