#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The funny, sad, super-honest, all-true story of Chelsea Handler’s year of self-discovery—featuring 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
A SKIMM READS PICK • “This will be one of your favorite books of all time.”—Amy Schumer
In a haze of vape smoke on a rare windy night in L.A. in the fall of 2016, Chelsea Handler daydreams about what life will be like with a woman in the White House. And then Donald Trump happens. In a torpor of despair, she decides that she’s had enough of the privileged bubble she’s lived in—a bubble within a bubble—and that it’s time to make some changes, both in her personal life and in the world at large.
At home, she embarks on a year of self-sufficiency—learning how to work the remote, how to pick up dog s**t, where to find the toaster. She meets her match in an earnest, brainy psychiatrist and enters into therapy, prepared to do the heavy lifting required to look within and make sense of a childhood marked by love and loss and to figure out why people are afraid of her. She becomes politically active—finding her voice as an advocate for change, having difficult conversations, and energizing her base. In the process, she develops a healthy fixation on Special Counsel Robert Mueller and, through unflinching self-reflection and psychological excavation, unearths some glittering truths that light up the road ahead.
Thrillingly honest, insightful, and deeply, darkly funny, Chelsea Handler’s memoir keeps readers laughing, even as it inspires us to look within and ask ourselves what really matters in our own lives.
Advance praise for Life Will Be the Death of Me
“You thought you knew Chelsea Handler—and she thought she knew herself—but in her new book, she discovers that true progress lies in the direction we haven’t been.”—Gloria Steinem
“I always wondered what it would be like to watch Chelsea Handler in session with her therapist. Now I know.”—Ellen DeGeneres
“I love this book not just because it made me laugh or because I learned that I feel the same way about certain people in politics as Chelsea does. I love this book because I feel like I finally really got to know Chelsea Handler after all these years. Thank you for sharing, Chelsea!”—Tiffany Haddish
"Life Will Be the Death of Me" was a 2005 single from The Ordinary Boys from the album Brassbound, released on the WEA sublabel B-Unique. The single, which featured a cover version of The Ruts' "Babylon's Burning" on the B-side of the 7-inch single version reached number 50 on the UK Singles Chart in September 2005. ..
Hilarious, sad, thought provoking. So much more than I expected from her, as I just didn’t know a lot about her. Such a fan now. 55
Chelsea can do no wrong in my book. This book made me laugh, cry, and have to google words I didn’t know, but most importantly it made me think. It made me think about how I treat myself and others and how I can work on creating positivity in every aspect of my life one less sarcastic comment at a time. Thank you, Chelsea. 55
Outstanding read! Her journey is outlined with heart and soul. Loved the book. The Trumpdards on here writing bad reviews because their feelings are hurt...... byeeeeee. 55
This is a must read! Chelsea, I’m so proud of this work of yours. I’m so happy you finally let your guard down. 55
Chelsea dives in deeper than she ever has before. She brings you on an emotional roller coaster. She opens up about her personal experiences and how she has come to deal with them years later. By far my favorite book she has written. ❤️ 55
Huge waste of time like everything else she does 15
Thought more of Chelsea and have loved her past work. Seriously, leave the cheap shots for a few chapters in if you want to sell more books. You had me until your bias kicked in? Was willing to read since I’m open minded, and I’ve always respected hertake on things, but not going to pucker up and pretend to love this uninformed grasp at trying to stay relevant. 15
I enjoyed reading this book. I loved all of Chelsea’s other books. It was not humorous, more honest and a little dark. 45
This book was a great read for a fan like myself that’s followed Chelsea pre-Chelsea Lately. It is an introspective into her head and super relatable especially for someone seeking some mental guidance or clarity with “the voice in our head”. Also will give you those laughs you’re expecting! 55
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