Unlearn! Because Life Can Make You Stupid is a kick in the groin to the self-help industry. Without any sugarcoating, author Richard Woods confronts societal normalcy, political correctness, and perceived morality in a blistering attack on today's American culture.
Americans continue to practice certain unrealistic behaviors at the urging of many so-called self-help gurus. For example, even though the diet and relationship industries gross millions of dollars each year, people continue to gain weight and get divorced. Woods maintains that if you want to make a real change in your life, you must be honest with yourself. You need to unlearn much of the ideology ingrained since childhood and reinforced by the "self-hurt" industry. Woods also challenges the traditional view on monogamy and its place in marriage, offering a series of perspectives on matrimony far different from those you have been conditioned to believe.
Unlearn! is not intended to enlighten, nor does it offer the key to the vault that contains any special wisdom. Instead, it is a mixture of facts and opinion based on Woods's years of experience and observation. Whether you choose to agree or disagree, Unlearn! will open your mind to an alternative world of possibilities.