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OMGGGG IT FINALLY HAS A RELEASE DATE YAAAAAASS2020 BITCHESNot gonna lie, the first book made me feel really, really seen during a period of depression, so I am super super excited for this followup because I want to be SEEN again :D So apparently in the last three years: Her sister committed suicide.Her marriage ended (she now lives in Denver, he now lives in Seattle).She had a cancer scare.She required major surgery.She has redirected her efforts into public speaking and abandoned her blog.This book has been canceled by the publisher.SoDANG.UPDATE: It's been threeyears, and since then she hasdisappeared No new posts No new book (it was canceled, finally) and noone has heard anything from her We can only hope she's just moved on to something she cares about.UPDATE 2: Supposedly this is coming out (with a completely different cover) in September of 2020 I've preordered it yet again But I remain skeptical. I really don't understand why people are getting upset about the publish date I consider her first book one that changed my life It made me laugh, cry and gave me a better understanding of myself dealing with depression and anxiety I am just so thankful that she has another one in the works and would happily wait years to experience another one of her pieces Be patient my friends I have no doubt that it will be worth the wait. Hysterical Sad Poignant Worth the wait. I would wait a thousand years for this book because I know it'll be great, take your time Allie Brosh 3 A Plea for Compassion When I saw this new title by Allie Brosh, I didn't know anything about it and just thought gotta get my hands on that title! I thought I'd borrow it from the library and obviously hit a wall Not listed When I saw 's listed publication date was 2050, I started investigating a little Now I’ve read the following update provided by a kind Goodreads member it's looking like this book may never get published Then again, there's a small chance it might be some day in this century Maybe But probably not Or the stars may align the right way for Allie and it will after all Or not And if not, that's really okay Sometimes I find sharing my own experience is helpful to illustrate a point: I struggle with bipolar and anxiety disorders which seems to be mostly expressed with constant depression and still plenty of anxiety attacks now I'm medicated, and chronic pain to top it all off, and I get it, I really get it; that feeling like there's no point to anything and even if you've got talent and have done things before, not being up to using it and wanting to do other things to get better Even if by other things you mostly just focus on keeping on breathing and eating and sleeping and watching Netflix and NOT killing yourself on those days when you badly want to make the suffering just stop You want to do things, you set out to do things, and then there's just no point to doing those things because they just end up making you feel bad, because selfcriticism and nopointoanythingism And on top of it all, if you're a perfectionist, if you are going to do a thing, it's gotta be AMAZING, or at leastthan just okay, so there's doubly no point to doing a thing, because you're in no place to be producing anything good when you're feeling empty worthless to begin with And it really doesn't make any difference how many people are telling you how good and full of talent you are In fact thepeople tell you how good you are, thethat awful thing in your head grows and and grows and convinces you they're all LYING and really, you're a sack of shit and an impostor and totally WORTHLESS, besides which there’s just no point because they’ll always expectand it’s never enough Anyway, this isn't about me (or maybe it is, a little, tbh), it's about the nature of depression and the fact that Allie was incredibly courageous when she reached out to the whole world with such open candor about a painful reality she’s had to live with every day for many years of her life, and did truly amazing work with Hyperbole and a Half, which touched countless lives via the book itself, and all the times her relatable illustration made the rounds on the net, and made people feel less alone and less freakish, or whatever Considering all that, knowing she had the intention of putting out a second book but with repeated changes to the publication date, was obviously struggling in some way that should be obvious to anyone who’d been even a little familiar with the first book,—even without having read the update for which I provided the link above—it's unfair to place expectations or any sort or pressure on her any, and it saddens me to see all those, admittedly old reviews—with people complaining about having to wait Some are kind and express sympathy, while others just seem to callously think they’re buying just any product and expect speedy delivery, not thinking for a moment what the message these books is about And that what made “Hyperbole” so damn funny and poignant was that the author could only write about it like that because of living with a form of intractable mental illness that resists treatment, which is a reality for about a third of us genetically predisposed severely mentally ill All this to say that to put expectations such as deadlines and promotions for holiday gifting and public eagerness forthat alone can only be hell to live with for someone constantly shadowed by the black dog of depression and anxiety, which are reasons enough not to deliver as expected All theso when life throws extra wrenches at someone struggling to hold things together All I can say, what we should ALL say, is “Be well Allie, and thank you for sharing what you did, that was plenty enough and then some And if you ever feel up to sharing , then great And if you don't feel up to sharing anything else, then great also because what you did share was tremendous and means a lot to me and I always enjoy seeing your panels again Here's hoping you havegood days than bad ones Sending lotsa love, and thanks for the laughs the tears of recognition ❤️”#MentalHealthMatters WE HAVE A RELEASE DATE HOLYY S*****TTTTTTTTTTF*CKKKKKKKAHHHHHHHHHHHHi'm so sad because i freaked the fork out thinking this was a 2020 release but then i read the reviews and realized this will likely never be released :( | Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram Something good is finally happening in 2020!Seriously though, Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened, and especially all my fish are dead literally changed my life. just emailed me There is no longer an expected release date.In happier news, here's a corgi butt. How am I just hearing about this? Not until next year ^Pdf ↵ Solutions and Other Problems ⇴ For the first time in seven years, Allie Brosh—beloved author and artist of the extraordinaryNew York Times bestseller Hyperbole and a Half—returns with a new collection of comedic, autobiographical, and illustrated essaysSolutions and Other Problems includes humorous stories from Allie Brosh’s childhood; the adventures of her very bad animals; merciless dissection of her own character flaws; incisive essays on grief, loneliness, and powerlessness; as well as reflections on the absurdity of modern lifeThis fullcolor, beautifully illustrated edition features allnew material with than , pieces of art Solutions and Other Problems marks the return of a beloved American humorist who has “the observational skills of a scientist, the creativity of an artist, and the wit of a comedian” Bill Gates“Imagine if David Sedaris could draw…Enchanting” —People“One of the best things I’ve ever read in my life” —Marc Maron“Will make you laugh until you sob, even when Brosh describes her struggle with depression” —Entertainment Weekly“I would gladly pay to sit in a room full of people reading this book, merely to share the laughter” —The Philadelphia Inquirer“In a culture that encourages people to carry mental illness as a secret burden…Brosh’s bracing honesty is a gift” —Chicago Tribune