Good in Bed Topics for Discussion

Jennifer Weiner
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What do you believe is the source of Cannie's hostility toward Tanya? Is this hostility justified? Why or why not?

Do you agree with Bruce's statement, "Fat is the last acceptable prejudice, that fat people are the only safe target in our politically correct world'? Why or why not?

When Joy is in the hospital, Cannie admits that her real anger is at herself for "failing Joy". What do you think she means by this?

To what degree did Cannie's father influence her adult life?

Discuss how Cannie's relationship with her mother changes over the course of the novel.

What role does Nifkin play in the book? Would the plot have worked without him? Why or why not?

Steve telling Cannie that he only wants to be friends causes her to leave him at the restaurant. Was this a justified response? Why or why...

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