A creative and interactive workbook to to help combat stress, anxiety and depression.
‘I know that, in my own life, these small moves, done with little fanfare, have helped me hold onto that little bit of sunshine, even on the rainiest days’
In this inspirational workbook Rachel Kelly, who has had a history of depression, shares 52 life-affirming exercises and activities to guide you towards a sense of peace and resilience.
This book is about action. It follows Rachel Kelly’s motto ‘small and do-able’. Engaging in physical, manual processes keeps us grounded; because we are what we repeatedly do – our brains are not fixed and hard-wired, but malleable and they change in response to experience. Tiny actions, tweaks, marginal gains: call them what you will. They make a difference.
Follow these small incremental steps in this creative and interactive workbook to to help combat stress, anxiety and depression.
Rachel Kelly is the bestselling author of Happy Kitchen (2016), Walking on Sunshine: 52 small steps to happiness (2015) and Black Rainbow (Hodder & Stoughton, 2014). She began her career as a journalist on The Times. After battling with depression in early adulthood, she became interested in health and therapy and, in 2007, trained as a counsellor at Regents University. She is now an official Ambassador for SANE and Vice President for the charity United Response.
Self-help & practical
Faber Short Books
Self-help & personal development