What I Do to Get Through: How to Run, Swim, Cycle, Sew, or Sing Your Way Through Depression
Cathy Rentzenbrink, James Withey, Olivia Sagan
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Published: 18th Feb '21
A powerful, motivational collection of stories from those with mental illness about the activities and hobbies that helped them to heal and recover. From running, swimming and cycling, through to singing, gardening, knitting and yoga, this book will help you to get your life back on track.
“It might sound odd, but I can honestly say knitting has saved my life.” When mental illness strikes, we need tools at our side to help make things better, that give meaning, relief and dare we say…happiness. From wild swimming and mindful running, to community singing and everyday yoga, the inspiring stories in this book reveal the power of activities and hobbies to distract, exorcise and calm, helping us to heal and recover from depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses.From the team behind the bestselling The Recovery Letters, this honest, uplifting and motivational book will help you to discover the activity or hobby that will transform your life and make every day that much brighter.
|Dimensions||20 × 128 × 196 mm|
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