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Reasons to Stay Alive Paperback – 31 Dec 2015
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"Maybe the most important book I've read this year" (SIMON MAYO)
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"A tender, candid, inspiring book about depression" (SUNDAY EXPRESS)
"Matt Haig is astounding" (STEPHEN FRY)
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Matt, should you read this review (I know you do read some) thank you for writing this book, it really did help me feel less alone and alien-like. The fact you included the fear of it returning (something I feel when I have a few down days in a row) and what makes you feel better when experiencing that really helped me. Thank you for writing this book.
Haig left me feeling as though I'd just had a deep chat over a coffee, rather than being befuddled by a regurgitation of a technical manual about neuroscience. If like me you are a fellow sufferer, and you find that the philosophy of experience sounds more important than the intricacies of the brain, then this book will be of great value to you.
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Slow down ... breathe ...
Good advice for us all.
such an oddly uplifting book for such a difficult subject..