"I love this book! Although I've reviewed books before, this is the first one I really enjoyed reviewing, and found myself expanding in process...its message is consistently positive and uplifting, its advice is timely and timeless, and its prescriptions for personal growth are, best of all, simple and doable. This is kitchen table wisdom at its best." ~John C. Robinson, Ph.D, author of Death of a Hero
Rossana Snee is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She is the mother of two grown sons, and the wife of an elevator mechanic who is the wind beneath her wings. She is an avid reader, whose passions include playing two instruments, painting, languages, and working out.
The Least You Can Do is Defend Yourself!
What would you do if you were sitting on a park bench, minding your own business, perhaps working on a poem, your journal wide open, and someone sat next you, glanced down at your notes, and said, "You stupid fool! Why are you even trying to do that? You're wasting your time. Give up! You really think you can come up with something anyone wants to read?" Then he stands up, throws his head back, and laughs as he walks away.
What would you do in a case like that? Would you stay quiet? Would you believe him and start doubting yourself? Would you stop writing poetry? Or would you say, "Who the hell are you? Mind your own business, and get the hell out of here!"