I was privileged to read the unpublished manuscript of “Let Your Inner Jackass Out!” It’s written by a new author named Walt Heath. It’s basely a self help book saying that it is not normal to expect anyone to be happy at all times. And if you are around people who swear they can’t deal with negativity, cut them loose because that within itself is not healthy. According to Mr. Heath, eventually the sand castle of fake happiness will crumble.
I think a lot of women could benefit from letting their inner donkey out every now and then. Women are trained to be too nice at times. I realized this come from the days of your nice and pleasure disposition could determined if you live and how well you lived. That is not wholly the case anymore. So, that rhetoric of the past is outdated.
It takes on the basic over tone of the popular book: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life (Mark Manson Collection Book 1)
I like Mr. Heath’s cover.
What he is saying is release the build up stress of everyday life by occasionally letting your belligerent side show.
That it’s okay to have bad days. But it is not okay to feel bad about having the bad feeling days. Bad days occur on their own. They are not creations of hidden psychopaths lurking in the dark alleys of society and using anything available as an excuse to create bad scenarios in the lives of others.
It is not okay to constantly wallow in these negative emotions if the basic necessities of life are being met: You are healthy, you don’t have any physical disabilities. You are sheltered. You are eating well. You haven’t lost a loved one.
I must agree with Mr. Heath, being too timid you won’t accomplish very much in life. There comes times when one must speak up and sometimes act like a pure jackass to be heard.