“I want to be right all of the time; in my natural condition and given the option, I would choose the warm satisfaction of self-righteousness over happiness ninety-nine times out of a hundred. I recognize this impulse is at best maladaptive and have the necessary system of pulleys and emotional riggings in place to counter it, but I feel a keen sense of loss whenever I come across a letter where someone has blundered their way from being entirely, unequivocally right to merely half right or, worse, in a position where they have to apologize to someone they dislike.”
Congratulations! I look forward to reading it. A better life really is possible on the other side of family estrangement.
It's a GREAT cover!!!
Pre-ordered both physical copy and audiobook. Giddy with anticipation.
Pre-order ... ENGAGED. Can't wait.