Are you a happy b*tch?
(MediaQuire)Â Have you noticed lately that there seems to be an abundance of books with the word “B*tch” in the title?
Earlier this year, we published news on “Taming Your Alpha B*tch” written by Rebecca Grado & Christy Whitman. Â Maybe the book publishers and authors think this is good for marketing – to capture instant attention to their book. Â Perhaps this is a good idea, in some circles the repetitive use of the “B” word tends to minimize the harshness of its veryÂ pronunciation as well as its negativeÂ connotation.
In the UK dog show circles, judges bestow their best-in-show female dogs a “glorious bitch…” Â as an honor. Â I heard that repeatedly during a UK dog show one evening Â that it became, at least for the following 24 hours part my DNA. Â So much so, I was expressing my conflict with my neighbor to a friend in an email, I called her a “glorious bitch” (tongue-in-cheek) but much to my horror – my email inadvertently went straight to her!
Apparently my neighbor hadn’t watched the UK dog show and didn’t grasp the “high honor” of being called a “glorious bitch” or the “alpha” aspect of being called “b*tch.”
Maybe I could smooth things over with my neighbor and give her a copy of “Happy Bitch”. Â On the other hand, attaching “happy, alpha or glorious” to the word “b*tch” would not make me feel anything but uncomfortable.
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Chapters found in the book introduce the following topics:
- Bad Directions
- Brand New Directions
- Removing Emotional Scars
- Forgiveness Gives You Control
- Your New Best Friend
- Happy is the New Money
- Do What Makes You Happy
- Keep Your Mind and Body Healthy
- Relationships are Easy
- Invite the Best in Others
- The Perfect Drug
- Perspective Determines Reality
- Be, Love and Celebrate You
What readers can expect:
- ‘Tell it like it is’ advice
- A freeing experience â€“ freed from regrets of the past and worries about the future
- A laugh out loud session
- A thought-provoking session to see the real you inside
- Reflection and relatable feelings
- An opportunity to change your negative thought process by nipping bad thoughts in the bud
- Find the real, happy you