We’ve all been on promising dates that left us feeling worse in the long run, suffered from breakups we might have mishandled, or stayed in relationships which should have worked but didn’t. So what are we missing?
Don’t panic! Toni Tone is here to give the big sister advice we all need: discovering what we want from a connection, flourishing through heartbreak, and learning the vital importance of difficult conversations for growth and self-respect. Speaking from a place of experience and empathy, she talks through the value of intuition, asking questions, and taking responsibility for the choices we make, offering practical, simple advice to improve any relationship, and insight into our own behaviours.
From comfort zones and goal setting to healthy boundaries and keeping yourself centred, Toni offers the loving, healing and authentic common sense lessons that aren’t so common.
It may just change your life.
‘Relatable and insightful…Tone’s approach could be characterised as crisp but kind, with a writing style that is eminently accessible and inclusive, providing just the kind of big-sisterly feel she originally aspired to.’
CAROLINE SANDERSON, THE BOOKSELLER
‘This book is scarily accurate. There were so many times where I was adamant that Toni was talking specifically to and about me. I can see identical versions of my friends and I in every single lesson, there were so many points where I literally wanted to screenshot a whole page, send it to my friend and say "LOOOOOOOOOK IT'S YOU!” Spoiler alert: Everyone I know is getting a copy of this book for their next birthday.’
JULIE ADENUGA, BROADCASTER and CULTURAL CURATOR
About the author
Toni is an award-winning speaker, writer and social content creator. She is best known for her writing on Twitter, which averages over 40 million impressions a month and her eye-opening and insightful tweets have been featured in publications such as The Independent, Elle, Cosmopolitan and many more. Toni is also the first ever ambassador for the charity Young Women’s Trust. This is her first book.