NEW BOOK IN STORES/ONLINE–MAY 5
‘I’M HAPPY FOR YOU
(SORT OF . . . NOT REALLY)’
Where Can We Find Contentment
in a Culture Obsessed with Comparison?
WHAT: I’m Happy for You (Sort Of…Not Really):
WHO: Kay Wills Wyma, author, blogger and speaker, has five kids (ages 7 to 18) and one SUV with a lot of carpool miles, and before her high-level position as a stay-at-home mom, she was at the White House, The Staubach Company and Bank of America. In 2012, Wyma boldly took on the issue of spoiled kids in her first book Cleaning House: A Mom’s 12-Month Experiment to Rid Her Home of Youth Entitlement. She has been featured on The TODAY Show, CNN-HLN, the Glenn Beck Show, Focus on the Family and many others. She earned degrees at Baylor University and the Thunderbird School of Global Management. She and her husband, Jon, and their five kids live in Dallas.
WHEN/WHERE: Available May 5, in stores and online, wherever books are sold.
PUBLISHER: WaterBrook Press, WaterBrook Multnomah Group, Penguin Random House
“I’m Happy for You gently exposes the growing obsession with self-promotion and one-upmanship that’s wearing us all out and, thankfully, offers wise solutions.”
“Kay Wyma scores another hit with an insightful discussion of the pitfalls of comparing your life to others, especially through social media. Her advice is timely and relevant.”
“Kay teaches us how to be genuinely happy for others and deliberate about our current situation and future plans at every stage of life.”
Depression, Thy Name Is Facebook
Faith and Family? No, Thank You—
What’s the Downside of Comparison? How Much Time Have You Got?
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