Happy People Are Annoying
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Josh Peck., & Josh Peck|AUTHOR. (2022). Happy People Are Annoying . HarperOne.

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Josh Peck and Josh Peck|AUTHOR. 2022. Happy People Are Annoying. HarperOne.

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    [synopsis] => Television icon and social media superstar Josh Peck makes his debut with this sharp and hilarious essay collection in which he reflects on the sometimes, harsh realities of his past and offers lessons for finding the silver lining in most disastrous situations.
Josh Peck has been a working actor since he was 10 years old. By 14, he was the star of his own Nickelodeon show, the iconic Drake & Josh. By 21, he had lost 100 pounds, got sober, began making YouTube videos, and became a social media phenomenon. Today, Josh has over 22-million followers across platforms, a new television show streaming on Disney+, and a successful podcast.
Bu,t Josh's life wasn't always this fulfilled or satisfying. He grew up without a dad. He spent his late teens looking for happiness in burgers and pain pills. He genuinely thought he would be the "funny, fat kid" for the rest of his life, chasing a joy he saw in other people but could never find for himself. Now at 33, Josh knows a thing or two about happiness and our seemingly endless pursuit of it.
Happy People Are Annoying is Josh's hilarious, counterintuitive advice on a wide range of topics, from self-esteem and food to the internet, and family dynamics to lying and the pursuit of "happiness," including, You are the fish you are trying to catch!

No one knows what they want!
There are no experts of the future!
Self can't fix self!
Let people hurt your feelings!

Funny, honest, self-deprecating, and wise, a Mark Manson for the next generation, Josh offers heartfelt advice for young people searching to find their place at home, work, and in relationships, who are coming to realize that adult life isn't necessarily "all that", but as he shows, can be so much, more.
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