A Series of Unfortunate Stereotypes: Naming and Shaming Mental Health Stigmas - Inspirational Series (Paperback)
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A Series of Unfortunate Stereotypes: Naming and Shaming Mental Health Stigmas - Inspirational Series (Paperback)

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Paperback 200 Pages / Published: 19/02/2018
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From a young age, Lucy Nichol has always been on edge. Whether it's because of her fear of beards, a general sense that she can catch a disease from anything, or the belief that she's going to throw up at any given moment, she's never really felt safe.

In A Series of Unfortunate Stereotypes, Lucy explores the different lenses through which she - and other people - have viewed her mental health problems. She tackles a number of different stereotypes placed on people living with mental illness, including the idea that they are narcissists, hypochondriacs, and psychos.

Publisher: Welbeck Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781911246657
Number of pages: 200
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm


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“Excellent read”

Easy to read and identify with if you have ever suffered anxiety

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“Fab book”

Couldn’t put it down and related to it so much. Made me laugh out loud too.

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