Finding something in life that gives you a reason, that improves how you feel about yourself and your decisions is critical throughout your life. It is similarly debilitating and troublesome as well. Mark Manson’s most prevalent book ‘The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck’ is that something for the vast majority who have perused it. It discusses a considerable measure of things but significantly talks about why we should not care at all about things that are not important. It discusses the essential need to have a good life which is to not overthink about everything and to not give a fuck.

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the most well known quotes from the book. Every one of us must read them particularly when we are in a terrible state of mind and want to lift up our moods.


To try to avoid  pain is to give too many fu*ks about pain. In contrast,  if you're able to not give a fu*k about  the pain, you become unstoppable.


Don't just sit  there. Do something.  The answers  will follow.


In my life, I have given  a fu*k about many people  and many things. I have  also not given a  fu*k about many people and many  things. And like the road  not taken, it was the fu*ks  not given that made all  the difference.


Maturity is what  happens when one  learns to only give a   fu*k about what's  truly fu*kworthy.


If you want to  change how you see your problems, you have to change what you value and/or how you measure failure/success.


It turns out that  adversity and failure  are actually useful  and even necessary for developing strong- minded and successful adults.


Not giving a  fu*k  does not mean being  indifferent; it means  being comfortable with being different.


Giving too  many fu*ks is  bad for you.


Being wrong  opens us up to the  possibility of change. Being wrong brings  the opportunity  for growth.


Don’t hope for a  life without problems. There’s no such thing. Instead, hope for a life full of good problems.


All the positive  and happy self-help  stuff we hear about  all the time is actually  fixating on what  you lack.


I say don’t find  yourself. I say never know who you are.  Because that’s what keeps you striving  and discovering.


No truly happy  person feels the need  to stand in front of a mirror and recite  that she’s happy. She  just is.


Often the only  difference between a problem being painful or being powerful is a sense that we chose it, and that we are  responsible for it.


Problems never  stop; they merely  get exchanged  and/or upgraded.


The desire for a more positive experience is itself a negative  experience.  And,  paradoxically, the  acceptance of one’s negative experience is itself a positive  experience.


If you’re miserable  in your current situation, chances are it’s because you feel like some part of it is outside your control – that there’s a problem you have no ability  to solve.


I believe that today  we’re facing a  psychological epidemic, one in which people  no longer realize it’s  okay for things to suck sometimes.