People Suck: A Cheat Code for Introverts by Mark Drolsbaugh
People Suck: A Cheat Code for Introverts is a hilarious and practical guidebook that will help you navigate the social landscape with ease. Written by a deaf introvert who knows a thing or two about not fitting in, this book is packed with tips, tricks, and real-life stories that will make you feel understood and empowered.
But People Suck isn’t just a survival guide—it’s a laugh-out-loud funny exploration of the quirks and idiosyncrasies that make introverts so unique. From the joys of canceling plans to the thrill of a good book, this book celebrates introvert life in all its glory. So if you’re ready to stop feeling like a fish out of water and start thriving as your true introverted self, this is the book for you.
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Mark Drolsbaugh is an author, deaf advocate, and introvert. He’s noticed that it’s just as hard to fit in as an introvert than as a deaf person. His latest book, “People Suck: A Cheat Code for Introverts,” takes a wildly unique, entertaining look at introversion as seen through the eyes of someone who calls himself a deaftrovert. In his spare time, Drolsbaugh is an age-defying fitness freak who enjoys a good kettlebell workout. He can be found at any of his three kids’ sporting events or not found at all—most likely because he’s recharging somewhere with a good book.