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A Toolkit for Modern Life

A Toolkit for Modern Life

‘Emma has a unique way of cutting through to the heart of the issues we all face day-in-day-out. There isn’t another book out there like this and it should be a mandatory read for anyone with a brain.’ – Anna Whitehouse, founder of Mother Pukka

In this warm, wise audiobook, clinical psychologist Dr Emma Hepburn talks you through her proven and practical tools for taking care of your mental and emotional wellbeing every day.

Let Dr Hepburn (Instagram’s @thepsychologymum) shine a welcome ray of light into the neglected corners of your brain. From identifying what triggers unhappy thoughts to overcoming the fear of making mistakes, A Toolkit for Modern Life will help you to cultivate positive habits and feel more confident, happier and in tune with yourself.

* Call out and manage feelings of imposter syndrome
* Answer back to your inner critic
* Become aware of and monitor your emotional capacity
* Spot unhelpful thoughts and develop more helpful patterns of thinking
* Understand how the emotions cycle affects you
* Identify what triggers anxiety for you and how to intercept it
* Overcome the fear of making mistakes
* Spot and call out your ‘catastrophizing’
* Identify and disarm social media comparisons
* Align your decisions and actions with your core values
* Assemble your own mental health toolkit for life


(P)2020 Quercus Editions Limited
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Genre: Society & Social Sciences

On Sale: 17th September 2020

Price: £16.99

ISBN-13: 9781529413151

Reviews

Emma helped me understand my own thoughts in a way that resulted in me becoming much more compassionate towards myself. She makes hard scary things feel simpler, and for that I thank her enormously. Her incredible book is going to do the same for so many people. Read this book, feel better, then pass it on.
Emma Gannon, bestselling author of The Multi-Hyphen Method
In a world of white noise it is often hard to hear - or even find - the mental health support you need. Emma has a unique way of cutting through to the heart of the issues we all face day-in-day-out. There isn't another book out there like this and it should be a mandatory read for anyone with a brain.
Anna Whitehouse, founder of Mother Pukka
This is a fabulous book for anyone who struggles with feeling guilty and overwhelmed by life. It will help you learn how to deal with those emotions in a positive and practical way and in turn be much kinder to yourself.
Katie Kirby, author of Hurrah for Gin
Emma is relatable, practical and knowledgeable - making her the perfect guide to help you navigate life whilst safeguarding your mental health.
Gemma Bray, creator of The Organised Mum Method
Emma has an amazing talent for making evidence-based psychology easy to understand and simple to put into practice.
Dr Jessamy Hibberd, author of The Imposter Cure
Warm, fun, accessible and important. If you want to understand yourself on a serious level and enjoy yourself at the same time, this is the book for you.
Dr Soph, Clinical Psychologist + Yoga Teacher
An essential owner's manual for anyone with a human brain, Emma cuts through the noise, clutter and bad science of social media to deliver a very simple message to us all: you don't have to struggle alone.
Sara Tasker (@me_and_orla), bestselling author and podcast host
As a very visual learner myself, I can really relate to Emma's simple, quirky illustrations that explain what is going on in inside our brains and why we can sometimes behave the way we do. Emma makes understanding our mental health normal and accessible, which empowers us to take control of our inner world and create a sense of wellbeing.
Anna Lewis, aka Sketchy Muma, illustrator and author
When you think you just can't cope anymore, or you can't seem to squash that inner critic, Emma will show you that you can. This is such an important toolkit for us all to learn about spotting signs of overwhelm and how we can act to prevent them taking over. This will definitely be staying on my bedside table! An utterly brilliant book.
Elle Wright, writer and blogger at featheringtheemptynest.co.uk