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BookIdiot Life Stories From The Creator Of Help Helen Smash
AuthorLaura Clery
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Laura Clery makes a living sharing inappropriate comedy sketches with millions of strangers on the internet. She writes songs about her anatomy, gossips about her one-eyed rescue pug, and sexually molests her husband Stephen. And pay the bills!

Now, in her first book, Laura tells how she went from being a dangerously impulsive narcissist, broke, unemployed, suicidal, cocaine addict, paralyzed with fear, and jumping from one toxic romance to the next…to a happier one. no, a more rational, meditative, vegan yogi with good credit, a great marriage, an amazing career, and four unhappy looking rescue animals. Yet, above all, Laura remains an incredibly talented, lovable, and vulnerable, self-described… jerk.

With his signature brand of offbeat, uncompromising humor, Idiot introduces you to a wildly original and undeniably relatable new voice.

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Like many of your readers, I’m pretty sure I first came across Laura Clery on YouTube. I found her quirky, silly, outrageous content about her pregnancy with Alfie to be inspirational and hilarious. I was fascinated by her relationship with her British husband. But I didn’t know about this book until I saw a sketch she had ‘released’ from the pages of Idiot: her initial encounter with her English and her so brilliant discussion of hydration. I realized he had overcome the addiction, but I didn’t realize how much he valued his sobriety until I saw this clip, which was followed by a companion volume to the book. I ordered idiot that day.

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This memoir has a delightfully heartfelt tone, enhanced by Laura Clery’s offbeat comedy, but it’s also deadly serious, reflecting how terribly difficult it is for people whose addictive tendencies leave them vulnerable to outright dependency. As someone with a pedigree of alcoholics, I supported Laura’s journey with something of pride. Her success is undoubtedly due to her strong and determined character, but I am glad that this book contains many stories of friends and family helping her on her journey to health.

This memoir was really fun to read, inspiring and also interesting. I appreciate the author’s flair for self-penned comedy, and I also appreciate her introspective perspective. She seeks to learn the whys and wherefores of her addictive past even as she moves through her more rewarding and balanced current life.

THE LONG: I discovered Laura Clery on social media through her Help Helen Smash and immediately felt connected to her humor, cheekiness and self-deprecating humor. I also immediately connected with her honest outlook on life and her choice to be positive and fun instead of bitter and angry. Since then I have fallen in love with his adorable and amazing family.

Steven is her perfect partner and her baby is the cutest. Reading Laura’s story has given me an even greater appreciation for her success and a much deeper understanding of why SHE so often appears in awe of her blessings and joy. After reading the book, I now understand why she committed to attending AA and why she needs the catharsis of meditation and yoga.

If you think Laura is fearless in her Help Helen Smash, just wait until you read the story of her life. I’ve read my share of memoirs and autobiographies, and Idiot is among the most honest and self-reflective. Laura could have chosen to write her past on paper, then burn those words and let it all go up in smoke. But no, she did what I think was the next boldest step, she looked beyond herself. Clery shared the good, the bad, and the fun of her journey to inspire others.

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She sheds light on the dark and lingering effects of childhood wounds and the insidious path to addiction in a way that conveys all the feelings to you. His story inspires us not to give up no matter how bad we or others have been and to fight to become the best version of ourselves. We are not alone! One day at a time! There is always hope!

THE SUMMARY: I was expecting a funny story about a successful woman with some skeletons in her attic (hey, we’ve got them all, right?), but what I got was that and a lot more. Laura Clery’s path leads us to believe that it is possible to forgive others and ourselves, which allows us to move forward whole and happily.

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