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Move on Motherf*cker: Live, Laugh, and Let Sh*t Go

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Your negative inner voice is a total assh*le. Tell it to f*ck off with this irreverent, laugh-out-loud guide!

I’m not good enough. This shouldn’t be happening. Things never work out for me. When we’re anxious, stressed, or fearful, the negative voice in our heads can be extremely powerful. It tells us we’re not smart or attractive enough. It berates us for our mistakes. And
Paperback, 168 pages
Published November 1st 2020 by New Harbinger Publications
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    Move on Motherf*cker: Live, Laugh, and Let Sh*t Go

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    Sep 10, 2020 rated it it was ok
    Shelves: netgalley
    I rarely read self help books... Yet here I am, reviewing a self help book that I hoped would give me some pointers on how to deal with problematic situations using swear words...
    CBT (Cognitive behavioral therapy) and mindfulness is a great thing. Swearing is also a great thing! But... I was really annoyed with this book. The introduction was great! I ate it up and wanted to know more, to learn how swearing could help me remind myself that I'm great and I can do whatever I want! But swearing and
    *thank you to Netgalley, Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt and New Harbinger Publications, Inc. for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

    1 star.

    I requested this book not knowing what to expect but that was why I requested it, because I was curious to see what it was about. Unfortunately it just didn't click with me and I lost interest pretty fast. I don't really have anything more to say. It simply wasn't for me.
    thewoollygeek (tea, cake, crochet & books)
    I was hoping for something a bit different from other self help books, but this was a run on the mill same as many others available, it was amusing at times, but pretty much the same as many out there, not for me really

    Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion
    Reading Our Shelves
    Oct 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
    Shelves: angie-s-shelf
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    Self-help books are so subjective – I feel like a good book in this genre is any one that you find at the time that you need it. That being said, I read this one all the way through in order to review it.

    What drew me in first was the title. But, in the foreword and introductions, we learn that cussing is actually part of the point. There’s a newer concept in psychology that says swearing is good for you – it can help relieve stress, and it
    Nov 13, 2020 added it
    I thoroughly enjoyed the writing content of this book! Having read it as an uncorrected proof on an iPad, I did have recurrent challengings with pages jumping which made sticking with the overall book difficult but what I did read, I quite loved. I was only three pages in when I texted a friend with a quote that I knew would resonate. She asked for the title of the book. F bombers with an interest in receiving constructive counsel on navigating in this crazy world would probably love this book. ...more
    Nov 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
    MOMF to a better you!
    Move on Motherf*cker :Live, Laugh and Let Sh*t Go by Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt is self-help with a difference. It is a book that encourages you to call yourself out on your sabotaging self, the part of you that delivers the guilt, degradation and all those nasty, negative emotions that we inflict upon ourselves.

    Although the title of the book may shock some, it is by no means gratuitous, and once you get to understand the principle of MOMF, you’ll be more than ready to embrace i
    Dec 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
    When a swift kick in the pants is required, this is it. Jodie lays it all out and gives you the tools needed to get over yourself and your own BS as well as not taking anyone else's. I really enjoyed this enlightening journey of seeing situations for what they are and learning how to own my part in them but also move on.
    Sep 05, 2020 rated it liked it
    Interesting self-help book. It did make me laugh at times. Short chapters and very relatable. Nothing really new here but presented a bit differently
    Celia Giltinan-Kneip
    Nov 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
    I purchased a copy of this book in addition to receiving a copy from New Harbinger Publication, and I self identify as a fan of the author Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt. When I was first introduced to MOMF it gave me a new and different perspective. I eagerly read Dr. Jodie's first book Swear Your Way to Sanity and wanted more. This new book has clearly labeled chapters, and I dove right in. While I was looking for a refresher course in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy I discovered MOMF to be more than a co ...more
    Nov 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
    Exactly what I needed in exactly the way i needed to hear it. The approach and message that this book has makes it easier to receive and accept whatever help or guidance you are in need of. Everyone could use a tune up regardless of what's going on in their lives but in this particular moment in time I found this to be the voice I could relate and be open to. A great find for a mind open to let s**t go!
    I received an advanced copy of this book from Netgalley for my honest review.
    Kelley Williams
    Nov 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
    I'm not big on self help books. But with everything going on in 2020, I have struggled more with negative self talk and decided to try some new things. I really enjoyed this book and I found very useful strategies to help navigate through my anxiety and negative talk. As a medical doctor, I value evidence based strategies and appreciate this approach! I will definitely be recommending this book to others.
    Cristina Hutchinson
    Aug 30, 2020 rated it liked it
    Another book trying to monopolize on the acceptability of profanity in book titles these days.

    The concept of the book itself was really good. I liked the simplicity of recognizing your negative self-talk and telling it to "move on, motherf*cker".

    The book was organized into small chapters on various common feelings that we experience in our life. The chapters were then further separated into journaling prompts, stories/examples, and methods for overcoming these negative thoughts / feelings.

    Oct 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
    Nearing middle-age, or maybe I am middle-aged already (I haven’t really thought about it) I’ve come to realize that most of us have some sort of anxiety, self-esteem, confidence, depression, or some other kind of ailment that keeps us from being our best selves. You may be thinking to yourself that despite these things, you’re killing it, and that may be true but if you’re still hearing an inner-voice occasionally, you haven’t quite beat the beast back yet. Not totally.

    I loved this book for its
    Jenny Williams
    Oct 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
    This is an easy to read book with great real life advice. I LOVED this book. It felt like the author was talking to me personally! I loved that chapters were short and easy to follow with journaling homework included to bring home each point. I have been using MOMF and sharing with friends!
    Michelle Clement
    Oct 16, 2020 rated it really liked it
    A self-help book with salty language? I’m there. A bit more real than your average self-help read, this one is all about letting go of what you can’t control. One of my favourite posters at home says ‘maybe swearing will help?’ and this book explains how it actually does, and so much more! It’s full of actions you can take to swear your way through real self-talk and learn how to feel worthy, be assertive, and practice self-kindness while better understanding yourself, being present, changing ne ...more
    Nov 03, 2020 rated it really liked it
    With everything going on in the world today, a self-help book peppered with expletives is exactly what I didn't know I f*cking needed.

    You may be wondering why a book on how to improve your life needs to include swears but it turns out they're kind of the point! Psychologists say swearing is good for you and relieves stress - I f*cking knew it! You'll learn how to swear your way through all sorts of negative thoughts and toxic situations but what really resonated with me was the reminder to let g
    Lisa Konet
    There are many self help books like this that condone swearing as powerful, I myself have quite a mouth too. However, there was nothing in in this book about empowerment, letting go, forgiveness; it was all the same just presented differently. Some parts were funny and I liked the short chapters, but not impressed.

    Could recommend as a follow up to someone who liked "the subtle art of not giving a f**k."

    Thanks to Netgalley, Jodie Elckleberry-Hunt and New Harbinger Publication Inc for an ARC in ex
    Sep 06, 2020 rated it did not like it
    Shelves: arcs
    1/5 stars!

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

    I really didn't get anything from this that is new to me or totally important at all. Maybe other readers may find this book helpful, but sadly this book feels to me like trying to justify saying profanities (in a boring way) when it doesn't even need to be critically analyzed whatsoever.
    Oct 07, 2020 rated it it was ok
    This is a pretty standard type self help book to me, however with swearing included. I didn’t feel like I learnt a lot more than from any other self help book to be honest.

    Thank you NetGalley for my complimentary copy in return for my honest review.
    Mandy Hazen
    Aug 26, 2020 rated it did not like it
    This was a typical over obnoxious self help book. I get the point they were trying to make. It was just way to long for the point. I guess I just don’t get the whole idea and concept. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
    Oct 08, 2020 rated it it was ok
    Shelves: book-list-2020
    I've read many self-help books over the years and this one is nothing different than others, but I liked the stories though.

    Thank you NetGalley for providing me this copy.
    Nov 12, 2020 rated it really liked it
    This is a book that we all need during this pandemic. It is a great self-help book with a wide array of tips and assistance.

    Would recommend!
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