The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is a book that explains how useless is caring about certain things in life that don’t really matter, such as material possessions or other people’s opinions.
Giving all the arguments needed to convince us, the author relied on his life experience to define what doesn’t matter.
1- What did you think about the book overall? And how would you summarize the book from your perspective?
2- Did you enjoy reading it? Would you recommend it?
3- Do you think that sometimes you make a big deal out of something that doesn’t matter?
4- Do you think you are able to differentiate between important and useless things?
Maintaining a positive attitude is essential, however, if people are able to only see the bright side of things, this will make them unable to see problems which will make them more problems.
That’s why we should embrace our flaws and hardships in order to handle them the proper way instead of ignoring them.
5- What’s the difference between being positive and being realistic, can you be both?
6- Were there any concepts you resisted against?
Embracing and accepting pain and difficulty is required, because it doesn’t help to deny these things or fake happiness.
7- How do you deal with your flaws and imperfections?
8- Do you ignore your difficulties? If yes, how so? If not, why?