Book Review: “I’m Happy for You (Sort Of … Not Really)” by Kay Wills Wyma

Get out your highlighters Girlfriends, because you are going to find tons of wisdom nuggets you will want to mark and re-read in this book!

When I had the opportunity to read and to review this new release, I’m Happy for You (Sort Of … Not Really) Finding Contentment in a Culture of Comparison by Kay Wills Wyma, I clicked so fast it made my mouse scream. Kay’s first book, Cleaning House: A Mom’s 12-Month Experiment to Rid Her Home of Youth Entitlement (read my review
HERE) was such a fun read, I was sure her newest book wouldn’t disappoint, and I was right.  

Kay Wills Wyma bravely approaches the subject that so many of us deal with: the “Comparison Trap.”  With our constant scrolling to see photos and videos of others, it makes us feel that we have lives that are incomplete. As a result, we often have the need to perform, to compete, and to bow to the pressure of comparing our life with the lives of others.

Kay shares stories and examples from her family along with insights that will encourage you to “Dare to Not Compare” and realize that you can have a life of contentment, freedom from social pressures, joy, and the ability to really be happy for others!  

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for my review. As an Amazon Affiliate, there may be links in this post, which if you click through and make a purchase, I will receive a small commission that helps support this blog. You are in no way obligated to use these links.

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