Fans won’t want to miss Chelsea Handler reading her own intimate memoir, LIFE WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME, on audio—a moving and unforgettable listening experience. The funny, sad, super-honest, all-true story of Chelsea Handlerâ€™s year of self-discovery features a nerdily brilliant psychiatrist, a shaman, four Chow Chows, some well-placed security cameras, various family members (living and departed), friends, assistants, and a lot of edibles. Check out an audiobook clip and go behind-the-scenes with Chelsea Read more
“In this New Year, you might want to try meditation. Some of you may have wondered about the benefits, stress reduction, lowering of anxiety, helping you cope more efficiently, be less frustrated, less addicted in your behavior. The most important thing from the beginning is not to turn it into another self-improvement project. Meditation can be useful if you donâ€™t expect too much from it. So let me guide you a little bit into the way I think about it.”
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“I wrote this book, An American Family, to tell the story of my familyâ€™s immigration to the United States. But behind all this, the American values that inspired me to decide to come to the United States and then make it a home.”
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“As a magazine writer, Iâ€™m always looking for other peopleâ€™s stories and trying to talk to people about what their lives are like. I always knew that that came from a place from having some pretty crazy experiences as somebody whoâ€™s bipolar and that I had all these stories that seemed outlandish and bananas, and that maybe I had to start with my own story. It all definitely started when lithium, the medication that I was taking for bipolar disorder, stopped working for me. All of a sudden, bipolar disorder and lithium became so much more prominent and important in my life. And it became much more clear to me that it was a bigger part of my identity than I ever imagined.”
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“After I graduated from college, I set about becoming a writer and playing ultimate frisbee. And I kept doing those things for about 15 years. I wrote about a lot of thingsâ€”I wrote about my dadâ€™s death, I wrote about the natural worldâ€”but it never really occurred to me to write about ultimate. And then after my first book was published I got picked up by a big agent at ICM, and she looked over all my stuff and said, â€śThis is what we should do.â€ť And it was a quick proposal Iâ€™d written about going back and playing with the Boston National Champion Ultimate Team. And I would go back in a kind of George Plimpton fashion and play with them and write about the season.”
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“My book is about eating snacks and being mad. I wrote my book because Iâ€™d already written one and that was pretty fun. I was inspired by revenge; I want everyone who ever doubted me or was ever mean to me to see that I have a book in bookstores and feel really bad about their own lives.”
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