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"I'm Sorry You Feel That Way: the Astonishing but True Story of a Daughter, Sister, Slut, Wife, Mother & Friend to Man and Dog"
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Tina Jordan
Entertainment Weekly

I'm Sorry is full of quirky details and remembered snippets of conversation, most of it revealing in its everyday ordinariness. It turns out you can learn an awful lot about a person by what her dad chooses to confide in her, or what her brothers tease her about. I'm Sorry might sound like a sideways swipe at a memoir, but nothing could be further from the truth — it manages to be nostalgic, sad, and pee-in-your-pants funny. A–