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Book Review #5 Anxious Arthur (Louise Tribble with illustration by Rhiannon Thomas).

Please note: the author of this book kindly sent me a copy of this book free of charge and while I agreed to review her book, I was not paid to do so and have no affiliation with her work, beyond a love and support for people raising awareness of mental illness. Something a little … Continue reading Book Review #5 Anxious Arthur (Louise Tribble with illustration by Rhiannon Thomas).

Book review #4 Chase the Rainbow (Poorna Bell)

I haven't done a book review for a while and was recently writing up a post on my favourite books of 2018. While doing this, it occurred to me that I'd written so much about one book that I could pretty much just review it, which I've now decided to do! TW: before reading this … Continue reading Book review #4 Chase the Rainbow (Poorna Bell)

My Thoughts on ‘Body Image Problems’ By Trigger Publishing.

Apologies for the slightly wordy title but rather than call this a straight 'review' of a book, I wanted to highlight that I hadn't quite completed this book as I don't have Body Image Problems or Body Dysmorphia, however I did want to share some thoughts I had on the book. So please if you … Continue reading My Thoughts on ‘Body Image Problems’ By Trigger Publishing.

Book Review #3 – A Series of Unfortunate Stereotypes (Lucy Nichol)

I bought this book and read it not longer after it was released in February this year. Along with Hope Virgo's "Stand Tall Little Girl", which I reviewed in my last book review post, I finished this brilliant book on the train down to London for Time to Change training, as I couldn't put it … Continue reading Book Review #3 – A Series of Unfortunate Stereotypes (Lucy Nichol)

Book Review #2 – Stand Tall Little Girl (Hope Virgo)

Hope Virgo is a mental health advocate who works tirelessly speaking in schools, workplaces and other organisations about her experiences of eating disorders and helping to break the stigma around the illness. In her book, Stand Tall Little Girl, she writes an honest and open portrayal of her struggles with an eating disorder, how it … Continue reading Book Review #2 – Stand Tall Little Girl (Hope Virgo)

Book Review #1 – We’re All Mad Here (Claire Eastham)

We're All Mad Here - Claire Eastham. As you might be able to imagine from the picture below, this book means a lot to me and is one I highly recommend to anyone with social anxiety. I've reviewed and recommended this book before (there's a review on the amazon page by a certain someone as … Continue reading Book Review #1 – We’re All Mad Here (Claire Eastham)