"It really cuts through the honey glaze of self-help and hits you right where you need it." — Holly Bourne, author of How Do You Like Me Now?
In a world that values autonomy, it's challenging to think that you could arrive at your destination with the help and companionship of other people. The root of this transformative concept is the essential human trait of caring — also known as giving a f**k. Journalist and life coach Felicity Morse shows how caring can transform lives on both small and large scales. In funny, wise prose, she discusses how to nail self-love, embrace the idea that we are all connected, and cultivate compassion for the wider world. So don't give up — give a f**k!
"Morse's encouraging work will aid any reader looking to improve self-care in order to more effectively help others." — Publishers Weekly
"Felicity Morse's writing made me feel more seen and more sane in what can often seem like an unsalvageably lunatic, lamentable and far-from-luminous modern world … revelatory. She offers insightful, practical, genuinely try-this-and-your-life-could-well-be-better approaches that work, and work hard. This book will make you feel brighter, in all ways. Get it, and get your neon on." — Alix Fox, The Guardian
"This is a hug in the form of a book. It's clear-thinking, down-to-earth, compassionate, and, above all, necessary." — Suzannah Lipscomb, historian and TV presenter
"Felicity Morse leads the new generation of feisty, embodied troops into the soulful battles that could save us all." — Jamie Catto
"Part philosophy, part psychology, and part self-help, Give a F**k
is a genuinely insightful book that lays out, in the simplest and clearest terms, why and how we should all give a f**k . . . about ourselves, about other people, and about the universe we inhabit. If you didn't give a f**k before you read it, I challenge you not to give a f**k after you have." — Jim Piddock