Try doing the “baby steps” at the end of each chapter, which were designed to help you start living the habits immediately.
You may also want to check out the hotlines and websites listed at the back of the book for additional help or information.
By now, you’re probably wondering what these habits are so I might as well end the suspense.
Sleep around, get wasted, and party on, for tomorrow you die.
He owes a lot of the credit for its success to me and my brothers and sisters, however.He tried out all of his psycho experiments on us, and that’s why my brothers and sisters have major emotional problems (just kidding, siblings).Unlike my dad’s book, which was written for old people (and can get really boring at times), this book was written especially for teens and is always interesting.Habit 6: Don’t Cooperate Let’s face it, other people are weird because they’re different from you.It's no wonder, because when you walk down school halls, or read magazines, or watch the news, or listen to the radio, and you hear about all of the violence, gangs, homelessness, disease, wars, drugs, scandals, fraud, rape, abuse, and other garbage that's going on, it's hard not to get discouraged and wonder what the future holds for you.