I’m Happy for You (Sort Of…Not Really) Review & Giveaway

 I’m Happy for You (Sort Of…Not Really) Review & Giveaway

 

              To Anyone who has ever endured Junior – High
                                                             

                             Insecurities, even as an Adult

                                      To Everyone else: Really?

 

This dedication at the beginning of this book is absolutely spot on! Has anyone ever really gotten through grade school or Junior-High without suffering those insecurities of COMPARISONS?

happy for youLet’s forget about school all together because you know it never ends. C’mon you know you do it.Growing up you may have thought you were happy and content with those toys of yours -UNTIL- you see all the cool stuff your friends have. It then moves onto the clothes you wear then the car you drive them the house you live in…

Author Kay Wills Wyman has come up with a very funny,witty and altogether true interpretation of life as we know it.(whether we admit it or not). We all do it. Comparing ourselves and our possessions to the other guy. The title says it all.I’m Happy for You (Sort Of…Not Really) Think about it.When you see your families or friends post on Facebook or Instagram or any other social media platform. You see how well they are doing or pictures their newest toy.You may be happy for them but then you start thinking.

It’s what she calls her OCD. Yep Obsessive Comparison Disorder. If you find yourself suffering from this sickness then this book is for you.At times its hilarious as she takes us through her own struggles with her kids and professional life as she tries to deal with it.  She does a very good job showing us how to really be happy for others and truly appreciate what we have.

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About I’m Happy For You (Sort Of…Not Really)

Our cultural obsession with comparison is undercutting relationships and sapping contentment. With disarming candor and humor, Kay Wills Wyma explores how to trade comparison for compassion and rediscover what life is all about.

It’s easy to get caught in the comparison games we play with our appearances, our kids, and our homes. Kay reminds exhausted families about tried and true remedies from the pressures of competitive living.

In her warm, relatable style, Kay confronts the comparison epidemic raging in our homes, our neighborhoods, and our social-media feeds, offering remedies along the way.

With candor and humor, I’m Happy For You (Sort Of…Not Really) explores the troubling effects of living in an excessively competitive culture—and reveals simple yet effective ways to escape the comparison trap.

About the Author

Kay Wills Wyma is a blogger,  a mother of five beautiful and overall agreeable children and wife to one terrific, sometimes overly safety-conscious,  guy.  A recovering enabler/procrastinator/grammar-hacker/controller, am calendar challenged and a founding member of the Women’s Auxiliary for the Organizationally Impaired. Her resume includes great places to work including The White House, The Staubach Company, & Bank of America – but, though it involves weathering many an eyeroll, She loves most her job as mom. The excessive driving gets old, but the best thing about those miles is the crew that travels them with her.

Thoughts from Kay…

Tired of performing? Feeling weighed down by the pressure to be Pinteresting? Does your friend’s wardrobe, body, marriage, paycheck, vacation plans, or photoshoot-worthy home décor leave you wishing your life looked more like that? 

You’re not alone.

With its focus on smarter, faster, thinner, and ever-better, our cultural obsession with comparison is undercutting relationships and sapping contentment. Our friends become our audience (or judges), and our titles, activities, even kids become part of our brand. Factor in social media’s constant reminder of what everyone else is doing, and no wonder we feel drained, discontent, and isolated.  

Thankfully, we don’t have to live this way

Visit her Blog to get to know her a bit more

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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Comments

  1. I do some times. I feel like I’m not as far in life as I should be compared to others that I graduated with.

  2. I’m also suffering from OCD. The way how I deal with it is I always tell myself you will be the one who also want to be compared. They thought you’re happiness as well….lol So no need to think deep but obviously the problem still existed.

  3. At times I do in the workplace. It seems if you want to get somewhere you need to be competitive.

  4. Yes, I do suffer from occasional OCD. When I catch myself at it I try to think about other more pleasant things.

  5. It really upsets me when I compare myself to someone else. I should be more appreciative for everything I have. It would be awesome to finally break this circle.

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