I have asked myself that same question and this book was born from my own research and insights. I have done a lot of inner work over the years and really considered myself a pretty damn good human. But when I took a really long, hard look at myself, it became clear I could do a lot better.
The premise of I Am What's Wrong is the need for each one of us to take a closer (and honest) look at ourselves and how we interact with the world. Not only does the book encourage the reader to take an honest assessment of themselves, and how, but it offers many concrete and attainable solutions on HOW to be a better human.
Life is changing all the time and change sometimes is uncomfortable. With change comes the inevitable--stress. I Am What's Wrong shows us how to adapt to life and deal with the stress it brings. Learn how to incorporate healthy habits and nurture happiness within your life. Invite change into your life by learning to be accountable for your own words and actions.
Ask the important questions: "How can I make a difference?" "What can I do differently?" "How can I improve the situation?" "What can I contribute to the better health of humanity?"
Figuring out the answers to these questions results in breaking down barriers and strengthens family, community, humanity, and self. Personal accountability helps us to problem solve and see each other differently. What the reader will conclude, I believe, is that although each one of us might be the problem--each one of us is also the solution.