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So funny, and so wise. Just like the man himself’ Richard Osman

‘I inhaled it. HILARIOUS. So sharp – it really made me laugh’ Katherine Ryan

‘Morally bankrupt . . . Not a book to be seen on your shelves during a Zoom call’ Jo Brand


Jack Dee is here to help. Too often today the emphasis in psychotherapy is on providing clients with a metaphorical
hug when what they so clearly need is good slap, so Jack Dee took the matter into his own hands and whilst everyone else was baking bread and clearing out their cupboards during lockdown, he retrained online as a psychotherapist. After an incredibly gruelling four hours of study, he got his certificate of completion from The Ruislip College of Advansed Learning (sic).

So, with his training in hand, he’s been expertly helping people with their problems ever since. What is Your Problem? is a compilation of readers’ varied problems, be they about relationships, finances, nosey neighbours, coping with Christmas, teenagers or Mike from the accounts department, and Jack’s very unique and very professional advice.

What is Your Problem? is a book to turn to when life has taken a downward turn, or you just need a very good laugh.

Reviews

So funny, and so wise. Just like the man himself
Richard Osman
Morally bankrupt ... Not a book to be seen on your shelves during a zoom call
Jo Brand
What Is Your Problem? is indeed very funny, and it's partly because much of Dee's advice is not at all helpful. But what's even better is that sometimes his advice is-albeit inadvertently-genuinely wise and illuminating
Caroline Sanderson, The Bookseller
I recommend you read this. You'll thank me
Barry Cryer
I inhaled it. HILARIOUS. So sharp - it really made me laugh
Katherine Ryan
Britain's foremost humourist and a compassionate counsellor have both told me Jack doesn't know what he's talking about
Graeme Garden
Jack dispenses advice exactly as you'd want him to: with both hilarious insight and healthy disdain for everyone involve
Romesh Ranganathan
Funny, sometimes bracing
Spectator, Books of the Year