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Jack Dee has been very busy during lockdown and would like to update everybody on what he’s been up to.

While the nation has been baking bread and clearing out cupboards, Jack has retrained online as a psychotherapist and is now open for business. After FOUR HOURS study, he has a certificate of completion from The Ruislip College of Advansed Learning [sic].

If you have an emotional, relationship, work or other issue that you need help with, or if you’ve just totally lost your sh*t and can’t take it anymore, then he would love to hear from you.

This book will be a rich compendium of your problems along with Jack’s unique, very professional, advice.


So funny, and so wise. Just like the man himself
Richard Osman
Morally bankrupt ... Not a book to be seen on your shelves during a zoom call
Jo Brand
What Is Your Problem? is indeed very funny, and it's partly because much of Dee's advice is not at all helpful. But what's even better is that sometimes his advice is-albeit inadvertently-genuinely wise and illuminating
Caroline Sanderson, The Bookseller
I recommend you read this. You'll thank me
Barry Cryer
I inhaled it. HILARIOUS. So sharp - it really made me laugh
Katherine Ryan
Britain's foremost humourist and a compassionate counsellor have both told me Jack doesn't know what he's talking about
Graeme Garden
Jack dispenses advice exactly as you'd want him to: with both hilarious insight and healthy disdain for everyone involve
Romesh Ranganathan
Funny, sometimes bracing
Spectator, Books of the Year
A breath of fresh air
Timely resurgence of the pull-yourself-together school of therapy
The Times/Sunday Times