Written in fun speech that will feel like you are talking to a long-lost friend, this book is sure to get readers pondering about the vice of envy. With plenty of real-world examples, quotes, stories, and more, Wyma explains how playing the game of comparison steals the joy from life. While Wyma is a wife and mother, readers of all life stages will glean wisdom from this book. The humorous yet sobering anecdotes from Wyma's children are sure to resonate. There is the son in a swim match who is swimming slow because he wastes too much time looking left and right to see how other swimmers are doing compared to him. There is the daughter who reflects on not being selected for a sports team when her friends are and the emotions that come with that. There is the author herself who compares her marriage and parenting to other families she knows. The list goes on, but at the end of the day and the end of the chapter, we all realize that it is better for everyone to just focus on being happy for others and not worrying about how good everyone else is compared to ourselves as long as we are doing our personal best.