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  • Replying to @TIME

    You forgot to mention that she’s a plagiarist.

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  • Replying to @TIME

    Scam artist

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  • Replying to @TIME

    If it is "self-help", why are the books needed? 🤔🙄😏 #sarcasm

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  • Replying to @TIME

    I picked this book up to comprehend why it’s a NYTimes bestseller. Conclusion:popular because it’s easier to fix the veneer than it is to build a good foundation. That’s what many people do when they want to feel a sense of control in the midst of challenge: focus on appearances.

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  • Replying to @TIME

    Books “supporting” women by instructing them on how to do it all, so that they may have it all are creating a world of women who smile on Instagram for the public, and cry in the car when alone—both acts Hollis admits to doing.

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  • Replying to @TIME

    Ms. Hollis talks about the lies we tell ourselves. On one hand, she claims to be improving the lives of women through her lifestyle tips; and on the other hand, she talks about the lies of perfection her lifestyle tips provide. In effect, she is selling the cure and the disease.

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    Have ZERO idea why. She’s all surface.

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