Publisher: Hot Key Books
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 157 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 12 mm
Aimed at young adults, the book is accessible and supportive with humorous illustrations by Gemma Correll (...) The message is 'Let's talk about mental health' and the personal stories of dozens of teenagers will hopefully make it easier for others to do so too -- Victoria Rossiter * The Guardian *
I think this book should lurk around a lot of homes and school libraries. It's important, empathetic, well-researched and, most of all, kind. And the world needs to be kinder to people who are minding their heads. Highly recommend. -- Deirdre Sullivan * INIS Magazine *
Juno Dawson's book is a brilliantly accessible, frank and funny look at issues such as depression, self-harm, and anxiety * Diva Magazine *
Juno Dawson's frank and funny guide to dealing with mental health issues * Hello! Magazine *
Dawson and Hewitt have written a warm, frank and supportive guide for young people offering welcome insights and practical tips on how to manage their thoughts and how to seek help (...) this book is a welcome and useful addition to the shelf-help bookshelf for young people * Inis Reading Guide *
Here's a comforting, medically sound guide to understanding mental health as a teenager. With excellent illustrations by artist (and mental health activist) Gemma Correll, thoughtful and funny storytelling from Juno Dawson, and top advice from Dr Olivia Hewitt, it's an ideal way to start looking after your mind. * Buzzfeed *
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