Book ‘Do I Feel Better Yet?’ by Madeleine Trebenski

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Questionable Attempts at Self-Care and Existing in General
If you've ever dared to express dissatisfaction with the state of your life, you've inevitably received a variety of helpful suggestions: "Have you tried meditation? Exercise? A cult? An exercise cult?" In Do I Feel Better Yet?, Madeleine Trebenski explores more than 45 so-called solutions suggested to her in the name of self-care. In a playful and at times sardonic chronicle of the elusive promises of multistep skin-care routines, gratitude journaling, scented candles, and more, Trebenski perfectly captures what it's like to live in a time when homemade kombucha and weighted blankets are said to single-handedly solve all our problems. These essays will make you laugh, make you feel less alone, and maybe make you feel better...
Publisher: Chronicle Prism (June 7, 2022)  Pages: 240 pages  ISBN-10: 1797212540  ISBN-13: 978-1797212548  ASIN:‎ B09NMQM86D

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About the author: Madeleine Trebenski has written for McSweeney’s, the New Yorker, Outside Magazine, and more. Her piece “The Girl from Avril Lavigne’s ‘Sk8er Boi’ Responds 18 Years Later” has gone viral twice and her work has been featured on Elizabeth Banks’s “My Body, My Podcast.”