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The Self-Care Project: How to let go of frazzle and make time for you Paperback – 14 Dec 2017
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In this engaging guide, Jayne Hardy argues it is essential for our emotional, social and psychological health that we pay mindful attention to ourselves. She sets out ways we can take better care of our own daily wellbeing (Caroline Sanderson SUNDAY EXPRESS)
Refreshing, heartfelt and humble. This book will be a game changer in promoting positive mental health (Sarah Turner, The Unmumsy Mum)
From someone who's been there and got the T-shirt, these are precious, precious words on how you can emerge from the mental health abyss. So practical and so interesting - it might even be a lifesaver (Jeremy Vine)
This book tackles the enormously important subject of self-care with wit, insight and the warmth of personal experience. (Poorna Bell)
Reading this is like a therapy session with a trusted, empathetic friend determined to help you turn things around, minus any irritating self-righteousness (Jess Denham Independent)
Everything you need to know about self-care; what it is, why it's important, why it's such a struggle and how to integrate it into day-to-day life.See all Product description
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I appreciated the prompts for small exercises one can do / try.
Overall I would recommend for who’s dealing with depression and needs some motivation / structure to try implement some self care (and self love) in their days