When Stephen Malkin realized that his mother was a "professional" worrier, he decided to interview her and, in a scientific way, discover the secrets of her success. The result is A Jewish Mother's Guide to Professional Worry, a book that flies in the face of standard self-help wisdom. In its pages, Malkin provides a series of humorous tips, anecdotes, realizations, insights, rules, and arguments designed to teach readers how to worry in a way that gets them what they want easier and faster; how to avoid mistakes; and when, if ever, to stop worrying. The book even includes methods to help readers worry their way to health, prosperity, and possibly even happiness. Funny, poignant, universally applicable, and profound enough to change a reader's life, this is the ultimate how-to-worry book - perfect for anyone who has mistakenly been told, "Don't worry."