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A handful of years ago I moved with my wife to a house on a uiet street in a uiet town and lay uietly in a room for a long timeI used to love an adventure but when I hit my thirties I started to become afraid of the world until I was too frightened to even go outside at allit was just me my phone and my social media feeds Doesn't sound too healthy does it It wasn'tRob Temple runs the social media empire Very British Problems from the comf. This is a seriously funny book but it s also a very serious book that happens to be funnyAnxiety alcoholism beating yourself up after every awkward situation which sometimes makes them awkward in the first place and coming to terms with life after a nervous breakdown don t sound like suitable subjects for comedy apparently they can be when following Rob Temple s inner monologue which creates its own awkward situations Some people frown at people laughing out loud in trainsBeing a hilarious read doesn t mean this isn t a serious book dealing with serious mental health issues Despite its sarcasm it s also pretty heartwarming especially when talking about his parentsI highly recommend the audio book as well Mathew Baynton Ghosts Wrong Mans Horrible Histories etc is unable to be not entertaining Him reading this book is a wonderful combination

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Ort of his own sofa but what happens when the four walls of your living room become your worldEverything goes wrongIn this hilarious and life affirming memoir Rob sets out to reinvent himself as an intrepid traveller a bee keeper and yogi all to become a little less Bear Pooh and a littleBear Grylls Along the way there are good days and bad days but with each failed adventure and small triumph Rob discovers how the mild mannered and anxio. A lovely book I wish I had written it myself I too like the author have FOMO and feel just like him in girl form I once came up with an idea of trying things for a year to push myself into living a life well lived resulting in me calling my dad before I drove off to an evening of ghost hunting in a panic and letting him convince me to stay at home to eat a toblerone instead born to be mild indeedSo of course I would love this book If you love the wit of VBP and perhaps also enjoy observational articles comedy but done at a charming British way rather than a wahey way I think you will love it tooAlso set in the Cambridge Huntingdon area which makes it an ideal gift for anyone around there I have made all my friends buy a copy look he mentions Steve s Hire taxis Very endearing and I love his writing style Perfect anxiety antidote and I will certainly read again

Rob Temple ✓ 5 review

Us can still enjoy their own share of gentle adventure from time to time'Temple is a humourist in the classic British mode he has a genuine comic gift' Daily Mail'A refreshingly unpolished memoir that reads like somebody talking to you with an unfiltered voice' Sunday Express S Magazine'If you're looking for an inspiring read to ease yourself back into normality after lockdown Born to be Mild should be top of your reading list' Mail Onlin. Many people will know the author from the extremely funny Very British Problems books and related products This book contains a few VBP type paragraphs and some funny passages but it isn t a VBP book It is the rather sad account of a year in the life of the author as he struggles to keep his life together in the face of a failed marriage recovering alcoholism compulsive eating and chronic paralysing anxiety Many people bandy about the term mental health this book shows what it is really like to live every day with the threat of relapse into mental ill health The author has strong self belief and seems determined to become well but at the end of the book it is clear that he still has some way to go I am sure all his readers and social media followers wish him all the best for a continued recovery


7 thoughts on “Untitled Rob Temple

  1. says:

    Ja das Buch ist in englischer Sprache aber trotzdem gut verständlich und vor allem amüsant geistreich und unterhaltsam

  2. says:

    This is a seriously funny book but it's also a very serious book that happens to be funnyAnxiety alcoholism beating yourself up after every awkward situation which sometimes makes them awkward in the first place and coming to terms with life after a nervous breakdown don't sound like suitable subjects for comedy

  3. says:

    I adored this book it’s my favourite of all the books I’ve read so far this year I’ve read 53 books so far this year in case you were wondering and I've written one I'm really into books It’s very suited to reading during a pandemic because it’ll give you an appreciation of the small pleasant activities in life It’s brimful of humour and honesty and it has dark bits but also lots of hope and light I like it s

  4. says:

    A lovely book I wish I had written it myself I too like the author have FOMO and feel just like him in girl form I once came up with a

  5. says:

    Many people will know the author from the extremely funny Very British Problems books and related products This book contains a few VBP type paragraphs and some funny passages but it isn't a VBP book It is the rather sad account of a year in the life of the author as he struggles to keep his life together in the face of a failed marriage recovering alcoholism compulsive eating and chronic paralysing anxiety Many people bandy about

  6. says:

    If you’ve ever followed Very British Problems I’d implore you to read this Actually even if you haven’t doThe author takes us along the most relatable honest funny heart wrenching journey Don’t we all know apart of ourselves or those we love like Rob Temple But who are brave and capable enough to show us thisI LOVE this book and will read and read againWell done Rob Temple You BLOODY LEGEND

  7. says:

    This book has sort of reset me I was getting caught up in yolo fomo and thinking I had to achieve something amazing when actually it’s ok to be happy with your lot To enjoy the day to day things is fine Aside from me th