Grey lists thousands of his clever findings in this book, so you won't have to make the same mistakes. Diary of an Angry Father is seething. It's tongue-in-cheek and sarcastic to the bone. It's brutally honest. And it's a bunch of fun. Join the self-appointed Child Raising Czar on his wild adventures in parenthood as he debunks myths, defiles old wives tales, and destroys any preconceived notions you might have had about being a successful parent.
This level of peace, harmony, and positivity from Miso in Beyond Words is no less than a miraculous revelation. From paying it forward to words of encouragement, there is something in this audiobook guaranteed to enlighten you, too. A hundred or so relationships, four weddings, and three daughters creates a fairly relevant study in which Miso has made considerable inferences about men, women, and relationships. The most important thing was Miso paying attention.
Men are mean, selfish, narcissistic, apathetic, and generally suck. They'll drive you completely crazy as you attempt to guess what he's thinking, or analyze why he won't call you, or why he does what he does. Toss logic out the window, because there isn't any. For the first time ever, Miso Grey uncovers the secrets of manhood in an attempt to help women understand why men are a complete disaster. If you've ever wanted to know how a man thinks, Fun with Dick should be your first listen.
"Very funny and easy to listen"