Publisher description for I'm sorry you feel that way : the astonishing but true story of a daughter, sister, slut, wife, mother, and friend to man and dog / Diana Joseph.


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Meet the men in Diana Joseph's life: "The boy," Diana's fourteen-year-old son, who supports the NRA and dreams of living in a house with wall-to-wall carpeting; Diana's father, who's called her on the telephone twice, ever, and who sat her down when she was twelve to caution her against becoming a slut (she didn't listen); Diana's brothers, or, as her father calls them, "the two assholes"; Diana's ex-husband, a lumberjack with three ex-wives, yet he's still the first one she calls when she's in a jam; and Diana's common-law husband, Al, an English professor who's been mistakenly called mentally challenged. Ostensibly organized around the various men in Diana's life, this is really a memoir about what it's like to be a modern, smart woman making her way in the world.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Joseph, Diana, -- 1970-
Joseph, Diana, -- 1970- -- Philosophy.
Joseph, Diana, -- 1970- -- Family.
Authors, American -- 21st century -- Biography.
Women -- United States -- Biography.
Feminists -- United States -- Biography.
Joseph, Diana, -- 1970- -- Marriage.
Man-woman relationships -- United States.
Motherhood -- United States.