Adam Mansbach's book Go the f*** to Sleep is a book on how to put your toddler to sleep. The recurring turmoil of putting your kids to sleep on time. The inconvenience of this phenomenon has made people fret and sometimes complain about the very cynosure of their eyes. The book is the mouth for the unspoken feelings that lurk in the safety of the sub-conscious, as it acts as a release for the countless parents around the world with an urge to scream their head off as their little ones wouldn't budge. The short-life of these emotions that want to explode as early as possible move in a plane of our personality that we think can never be exposed. This book is a platform for understanding the various subliminal urges that test and build the patience and that make you get your parenting skills straight through twisted ways as one would say.
This book has a humorous take on the different aspects of raising a child, on how difficult it can be at times and how it can drive people out of their mind. The book has an honest outlook on how parents deal with the stress of putting a kid to sleep, and how they lose their sleep over it. The ideas that the book presents is totally off the hook, as it penetrates you with powerful ways of making you utilize the force underlying the noises in your head. The book rationalizes the spite and opens you up to the humor in the terror of raising a child, the way you should. The frustrations that keep flashing on our mental screens would be more than happy to be acknowledged and this book precisely does so. The amusing forms and shapes of emotions are blatantly looked down upon and a way to embrace them with an open heart is what the book shows.
The life of every parent as they go about the daily chores of raising a child can hit a rock as the bottled up frustration of the parents hits the roof and they just want to scream at their incorrigible little cute children. The book is an opportunity for parents to realize that it is completely normal to have digressive emotional surges and more so when related to kids, who suck the energy out of their parents. The presumptuous level of denials of such emotional urges can do no good to you. The book tells you many ways of dealing with the different psychological anomalies that can move us to a susceptible and unfamiliar territory. The point of view that the book holds gives you a clear picture of the generalized phenomenon of the hardships of parents across the world (tongue-in-cheek).
Go the f*** to Sleep is a book that can make you free from your intension temporarily, as it deals with parenting with a serious stand but with an equal amount of wit. The smirks will dissolve into smiles as you go about reading the book and takes it higher still to help you develop that impersonal ability of a thoughtful parent.