I Used To Think I Was Not That Bad And Then I Got To Know Me Better is the book for people who read self-improvement books and never get any better. It's a collection of humorous essays about blundering through life-being frustrated...and being frustrating, communicating...and miscommunicating, dealing with difficult people...and being a difficult person. It's understanding for the anxious and empathy for the inadequate. As a syndicated humor columnist, Dorothy Rosby regularly admits her faults and failures in publications across the West and Midwest. Her essays won't keep you from botching things up yourself, but they might help you laugh at yourself before everyone else gets a chance to.
About the Author Dorothy Rosby is a syndicated humor columnist whose work appears in newspapers in eleven Western and Midwestern states, as well as in local and national magazines. Her column has been recognized by the South Dakota Newspaper Association, the South Dakota Federation of Press Women, and the National Federation of Press Women.