Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? (Hardback)Dr Julie Smith (author)
Presented in brilliantly pithy and highly digestible format, Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? is a collection of coping tips from clinical psychologist Dr Julie Smith that will furnish the reader with an enhanced sense of resilience and control.
Drawing on years of experience as a clinical psychologist, online sensation Dr Julie Smith shares all the skills you need to get through life's ups and downs.
Filled with secrets from a therapist's toolkit, this is a must-have handbook for optimising your mental health. Dr Julie's simple but expert advice and powerful coping techniques will help you stay resilient no matter what life throws your way.
Written in short, bite-sized entries, you can turn straight to the section you need depending on the challenge you're facing - and immediately find the appropriate tools to help. From managing anxiety, dealing with criticism or battling low mood, to building self-confidence, finding motivation or learning to forgive yourself, this book tackles the everyday issues that affect us all and offers easy, practical solutions that might just change your life.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 483 g
Dimensions: 222 x 144 x 34 mm
'Smart, insightful, and warm. Dr Julie is both the expert and wise friend we all need.' - Lori Gottlieb, author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone
'Now more than ever, people are struggling with their mental health and Dr Julie Smith delivers in a big way in Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before?. Her practical tips and tools are for anyone struggling with anxiety, self-doubt, or depression. Readers will step away from this book feeling more resilient and able to take control of their own lives. If you want to feel like you have a therapist sitting across from you, empowering you with how to be your best self, this book is for you!' - Nicole LePera, author of How to Do the Work
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“Incredible. I wish this book was there when I was younger in my darkest times.”
This was the easiest 5 star review I could write! Over the last few years we have had our challenges but Dr Julie has been by the proverbial side through different forums and the book is the cherry on the top.
“Simplistic and repetitive”
Very repetitive. I didnt take one useful idea or action from thus book. Felt like GCSE psychology.
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