Autographed Copy of "The Truth About Things That Suck"

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The holidays are coming and what better gift to give than the gift of comfort, perspective, encouragement and empowerment?

At one time or another, we all struggle. Mindy's book weaves together her personal stories of struggle through disability, job loss, body image, shame, loneliness, and so much more. You will feel like you're sitting in the room with her having a glass of wine and talking about life and all she has learned from her most challenging times.

Grab an autographed copy for yourself, or for your friends, family members or coworkers as the perfect stocking stuffer for the upcoming holiday season! 


The Truth About Things That Suck (and How to Make Them Suck Less) is a book of wit and wisdom that encourages readers who are currently struggling to overcome an obstacle, or preparing to face one down the road.

It's a book about what’s possible, what's attainable, supported by scientific research and interviews with psychologists, New York Times best-selling authors, and other experts. Mindy Henderson brings the enthusiasm of her podcast to every page of this book, inspiring readers to overpower their so-called limitations.


 "In her honest and heartfelt memoir, Mindy Henderson will fill your heart with equal parts resolve, empowerment, and positivity. Mindy’s book proves that blessings in disguise are all around us — regardless of what form adversity may take. We all experience different challenges and Henderson’s triumphs over job loss, loneliness, shame, and failure are a universal story of victory over adversity that we all face in navigating life."

Scott Jeffrey Miller, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author and Host of the World's Largest Leadership Podcast On Leadership with Scott Miller

"Ignorance leads directly away from bliss. In this book Henderson helps the reader navigate the important first step of realistically assessing the challenges in the present but without succumbing to apathy and cynicism. As she outlines in the book, it is only by recognizing that we are not alone and by having hope that our behavior will eventually matter will we find a viable and positive path forward."

Shawn Achor, NYTimes bestselling author of Big Potential

"Facing disability, failure, and disappointment from an early age, Mindy Henderson decides life's challenges can suck but that she won’t let them hold her back or keep her down. Filled with real life adversity, THE TRUTH ABOUT THINGS THAT SUCK is a book for anyone who wants to see that hope and kindness are all around us despite hardships and loneliness. We can all learn from Mindy Henderson’s ‘try anyway’ philosophy and make our lives suck less."

Dave Hollis, NY Times Best Selling Author and host of the Rise Together podcast