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'This is the freshest, most honest collection of writings about mental health that I've read...searing wit, blinding passion, bleeding emotion and a fantastic, heroic, glorious refusal to lie down and take it' - Stephen Fry
'Reading this book made me feel more normal about the things I feel sometimes...It's a great book; however you're feeling, it'll help' - Ed Sheeran
'This is the book I needed when I was little. May this be a leap forward in the much needed conversation around mental health' - Jameela Jamil
Everyone has a mental health. So we asked:
What does yours mean to you?
THE RESULT IS EXTRAORDINARY.
Over 60 people have shared their stories. Powerful, funny, moving, this book is here to tell you:
With writing from:
Adam Kay - Alastair Campbell - Alexis Caught - Ben Platt - Bryony Gordon - Candice Carty-Williams - Charlie Mackesy - Charly Cox - Chidera Eggerue - Claire Stancliffe - Davina McCall - Dawn O'Porter - Elizabeth Day - Elizabeth Uviebinené - Ella Purnell - Emilia Clarke - Emma Thompson - Eve Delaney - Fearne Cotton - Gabby Edlin - Gemma Styles - GIRLI (Milly Toomey) - Grace Beverley - Hannah Witton - Honey Ross - Hussain Manawer - Jack Rooke - James Blake - Jamie Flook - Jamie Windust - Jessie Cave - Jo Irwin - Jonah Freud - Jonny Benjamin - Jordan Stephens - Kai-Isaiah Jamal - Kate Weinberg - Kelechi Okafor - Khalil Aldabbas - KUCHENGA - Lauren Mahon - Lena Dunham - Maggie Matic - Martha Lane Fox - Mathew Kollamkulam - Matt Haig - Megan Crabbe - Michael Kitching - Michelle Elman - Miranda Hart - Mitch Price - Mona Chalabi - Montana Brown - Nadia Craddock - Naomi Campbell - Poorna Bell - Poppy Jamie - Reggie Yates - Ripley Parker - Robert Kazandjian - Rosa Mercuriadis - Saba Asif - Sam Smith - Scarlett Curtis - Scarlett Moffatt - Scottee - Sharon Chalkin Feldstein - Shonagh Marie - Simon Amstell - Steve Ali - Tanya Byron - Travon Free - Yomi Adegoke - Yusuf Al Majarhi
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
You’re not alone. That’s the resounding message delivered by this collection of essays, poems, diary entries and reflections written by celebrities, politicians and authors opening up about their mental health. With contributions from Sam Smith, Emma Thompson, Reggie Yates and Lena Dunham, the pieces here—curated by Scarlett Curtis, editor of the brilliant anthology Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (and Other Lies)—are consistently moving, inspiring and insightful. During a time when one quarter of the UK population experiences mental health problems each year, discovering that pop stars, supermodels and Hollywood legends struggle with anxiety and depression should help tear down stigmas around discussing mental health—as well as offer comfort and empathy to readers living with their own issues.