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Why is Everyone So Cranky?: The Ten Trends Complicating Our Lives and What We Can Do About Them

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Now available in paperback -- "If you have a life full of hurry or worry, this book is for you! Why Is Everyone So Cranky will liberate you while it entertains and informs you." --Mary LoVerde, author of Stop Screaming at the Microwave With unprovoked violence and angry outbursts on our roadways, airways, sports fields, stores, and other venues, we're witnessing the rise o ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published June 20th 2001 by Hyperion (first published 1999)
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Maurean
In "Why is Everyone so Cranky?", Leslie Charles details what she believes to be the ten trends that are complicating our lives; compressed time, communication overload, dis-connectedness, cost, competitiion, customer contact, computers, change, coming of age and complexities. While there are some valid points to be made on each of these topics (each chapter contains a 10-question quiz, and my score indicates a need to slow down, for each and every one!), the 'solutions' for correcting them seeme ...more
Elliedakota
This book was published in 1999. Therefore, although it talks about hectic air travel - it was still before TSA. When it talks about fear - it was before 9/11. And, when it talks about technology - it was in a world where Apple appeared to be fading away and fax machines were king. Still, this book spoke to my personality type (INTJ). The material was logically presented and concise - perfect for reading a bit at a time while riding my stationary bike. My copy now has well over a dozen dog-eared ...more
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