Sherry Argov (born November 5, 1977) is a French-born American author. She is the author of the books Why Men Love Bitches and Why Men Marry Bitches. Both books are New York Times bestsellers.Sherry's work has been featured on national television shows such as The Today Show, The View and Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor."
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If you have to boast about what you do for a living to attract attention, attraction or approval, then you're seeking the wrong kind of people, for it has nothing to do with who you are and everything to do with what you do. Is that the kind of people you want? The ones who are more attracted to your status than you?
You risked your life, but what else have you ever risked? Have you risked disapproval? Have you ever risked economic security? Have you ever risked a belief? I see nothing particularly courageous about risking one’s life. So you lose it, you go to your hero’s heaven and everything is milk and honey ’til the end of time. Right? You get your reward and suffer no earthly consequences. That’s not courage. Real courage is risking something that might force you to rethink your thoughts and suffer change and stretch consciousness. Real courage is risking one’s clichés.