Stop Doing That Sh*t: End Self-Sabotage and Demand Your Life Back

Stop Doing That Sh*t: End Self-Sabotage and Demand Your Life Back

From the author of the New York Times and international bestseller Unfu*k Yourself, Gary John Bishop presents a no-holds-barred guide to breaking through our cycles of self-sabotage to get what we want out of life.

In Unfu*k Yourself, Gary John Bishop told us it was time to stop making excuses—to recognize and take responsibility for the negative self-talk holding us back.

In Stop Doing That Sh*t, he builds on that message, teaching us how to stop self-sabotaging behavior. Bishop explains how our destructive cycles come down to the way that we’re wired. He then identifies different types of people and the ways we fu*k ourselves over: We can’t save money. We land in the same type of toxic relationship. We’re stuck in a rut at work. Analyzing why we act the way we do, including what our common grenades are that blow up our lives, Bishop then shows how we can interrupt the cycle and stop self-sabotaging our lives.

Written in the same in your face style as Unfu*k Yourself, Stop Doing that Sh*t will help us get in touch with our psychological machinery so we learn to interrupt negative thoughts and behavior before they start, allowing us to give our attention to something else, and start to find success in the areas we thought we never could.

We can take back our lives. We may have fu*ked up in the past, but Stop Doing That Sh*t will show us how to break the patterns in order to live the lives we yearn to have.

Title:Stop Doing That Sh*t: End Self-Sabotage and Demand Your Life Back
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780062872388
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    Stop Doing That Sh*t: End Self-Sabotage and Demand Your Life Back Reviews

  • Jenny Garone

    Dang. I was hoping for Jen Sincero-esque storytelling, wisdom & humor. This did not deliver. I felt like he didn't say anything! 227 pages could have been condensed to about 27. ...

  • Kirsty ??

    I had mixed views on the previous book, Unfu*k Yourself, and about a third of the way through the latest one I was still unsure if this was a series I'd get much out of. Mostly so far I'd just felt th...

  • Jonathan H. Later

    This review was inspired by my annotations. To view all my detailed annotations you are welcome to join my Patreon page (John Lawchamp). For $0.99 you can read my favorite lines and excerpts from the ...

  • Latasha

    As far as the genre goes, this book was incredibly refreshing. Not only does he say “the universe does not have your back,” but he also tells you all the shit you do or don’t do in your life is ...

  • Antonella

    Very to the point and told with lots of humor. ...

  • Laura Rash

    Nothing absolutely mind blowing here that you may not have already heard or read in other books. But a delightful straightforward and bluntly honest new way to look at your life and maybe why you’re...

  • Karen M

    85% of book was focused on defining the saboteurs and only 15% to finding the way forward. Disappointing. I like the authors “tell it like it is” format; it just seemed rushed at the end and half ...

  • Madeline

    Gary John Bishop has some great information. His intention is to teach one to: “Stare your own truths in your face.” ...

  • J. Sharp

    Nothing new however, this book takes you through self-revelation that is at times painful to think about, but helpful in the revelation....

  • Susan

    Bunch of babble...