I was not expecting such raw emotion. Anthony Kiedis portrays himself in public as very standoffish when it comes to his personal life. I was blown away at his ability to put it all out there, bad and good. So many times I just started at my car radio with my mouth open. Did he just say that? Yes, he did. I loved how he explained the songs that he was creating and the times around which they were being created. It brought me closer to the music and to understanding how hard those times in his life, as well as so many others, must have been. He shows himself to be human, not just a rock star. And out of that, even though he explains it's always a battle and no easy end, he proves he is also courageous.
Yes, it really is a pick-me-up and can change a bad mood instantaneously.
Jennifer Love Hewitt has such a fresh, cute, innocent sounding voice that every situation she encountered I truly believed shocked her and knocked her on her butt. She doesn't have any stellar advice, although some of the little things she advises are good. It's a funny, quick listen. If you take this for what it is, a sweet story of her navigating through relationships in a breezy, comical way then you won't be disappointed. If you are looking for a true self-help find a man book, then this is not for you.
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