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Has no psychological background except her own therapies She attempts to hijack future criticisms of this book by saying negative feedback for writing the book is what she s afraid of then acknowledges this may be seen as manipulating it is and then oh what the heck so it is so what I also find it interesting that the first personal acknowledgement occurs on page 11 and the one for Dr R is
on page 21 The first one is glowing and the second seem obligatory Her promise of brain caring is not page 21 The first one is glowing and the second seem obligatory Her promise of brain caring is not The majority of what is not personal eclarations is material anyone can Google The reason people who offer advice to others are reuired to have licenses is to provide social The New British Novelist Vol 10 Of 50 damage control Some people who give advice without licenses are fortune tellers and mediums relatives and friends charlatans Good intentionso not make skills There are some concrete problems with this book that positivity good intentions or confidence cannot override There is misinformation skewed information and Los Estudios Literarios disordered thoughts and often incoherence Also there s extensive OVERUSE OF CAPITALIZATION and EXCLAMATIONS The tone of the book is not youthful but immature It is postmodernism in the extreme For the time and money the reader is better off with nearly any other book I won a copy of this book via a goodreads giveaway This is a super easy YA read that handlesiscussing mental illness in an approachable manner Using the skills she has learned uring her own therapy journey the author shares what works for her in hopes of helping others It is a little scattered f This is a fun and informative read that I highly recommend for all teens and adults alike While much of it is cartered to teens Rae has this brilliant way of honing in on important subjects and offering solid nonjudgmental advice that never comes across as condescending While this book is geared for teens only about 50% feels like was that never comes across as condescending this book is geared for teens only about 50% feels like it was at teens The advice on managing and estigmatizing mental health was excellent and highly recommend for anyone of any age to read especially regarding anxiety Some of the later chapters felt rushed and the advice was really only appropriate for teens The lasting impression is a refreshing and actually funny as opposed to arkly or morbidly funny take on mental health and probably worth a reread in the future Your Brain Needs a Hug Life Love Mental Health and Sandwiches by Rae Earl first published in 2019 showed up on my local library s New YA shelf so on a whim I grabbed it and checked it outThis book is elightful Part memoir part nonfiction part self help guide this book is a loving humorous handbook on modern mental health primarily written for teenage girls but even as an adult I found this book informative and useful The text is pithy succinct and freuently made me smile Reading this book efinitely made me feel happy the text is certainly the mental euivalent of receiving a hug Ms Earl is not a medical professional a point she makes uite clear in the opening pages and she states that this book is not meant to replace or surpass professional medical treatment Your Brain Needs a Hug is intended to be an accessible humorous handbook for mental health information and it performs that job very well There are chapters on phobias anxiety OCD psychosis self harm epression eating isorders and many Five stars A great read for its intended audience young adults as well as any adult who is interested in basic mental health information written in a very accessible format Highly recommende. Out loud moments to get you through the ifficult ays Witty honest and enlightening this is the perfect read for feeling happier and healthier and learning to navigate life without feeling overwhelmed or isolatedAn Imprint Bo. Language R 25 swears 0 f British swears Mature Content PG13 Violence PG13Earl is open vulnerable and candid as she talks about her experiences with anxiety eating isorders therapy and While she Los Estados Unidos De La Am Rica Del Norte does not have anyegrees in psychology Earl has felt helpless belittled and worthless You are not alone and you are strong enough to overcome whatever you are ealing withI enjoyed reading a non clinical and very real view of mental health and other issues we all struggle with Earl s book is easy to read because she writes conversationally as if she s in the room with you and not simply talking at an imagined audience Overall there is some good advice here at an imagined audience Overall there is some good advice here well as things to think about my favorite chapter is the one on self esteem but this is not a guide for everyone because they are based on Earl s personal experiences The mature content rating is for rug and alcohol use mentions of sex and molesting nudity on a page of illustration and a Chroniques De La Mer discussion of masturbation The violence rating is for mentions of violent outbursts self harm and abuseReviewed for The cover and title will probably make readers smile and the contents offer plenty of helpful advice about how toeal with mental health Drawing on her own experiences with OCD anxiety and even an eating The Last Chronicle Of Barset Vol 1 disorder the author shares some of her ups andowns and how she keeps herself centered Her messages are encouraging and ownright empowering and offer hope for many readers who find themselves unable to cope with life s challenges From proper eating to breathing exercises and guidance in making the right choices Rae Earl serves up heaping helpings of mental health first aid in this book s pages There isn t a single one of us out here who can t benefit from reading this book She even offers advice about how to be less connected and ependent on social media how to say no and ways to stave off the need for perfectionism Perhaps most importantly the author reminds readers that expecting a relationship to save you or make you better is unrealistic There are also illustrations included in the book that will amuse and inform readers I felt better about myself just from reading the book and savoring the author s The Monikins Vol 2 Of 3 distinctive writing voice After all as she points out it isn t necessary that anyone try to live their life to please others The ultimate idea here is to be comfortable in one s own skin whether one is an introvert or an extrovert Life always presents challenges They re simply unavoidable This book offers useful ideas for facing those challenges and emerging safe and sound and ready for the next ones Your Brain Needs a Hug by Rae Earl 273 pages NON FICTION Imprint Macmillan 2019 13Language R 25 swears 0 f British swears Mature Content PG13 Violence PG13BUYING ADVISORY MS HS OPTIONALAUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGEEarl is open vulnerable and candid as she talks about her experiences with anxiety eatingisorders therapy and While she Indici E Cataloghi Vol 7 does not have anyegrees in psychology "Earl has felt helpless belittled and worthless You are not alone and you are strong enough to overcome whatever you " has felt helpless belittled and worthless You are not alone and you are strong enough to overcome whatever you ealing withI enjoyed reading a non clinical and very real view of mental health and other issues we all struggle with Earl s book is easy to read because she writes conversationally as if she s in the room with you and not simply talking at an imagined audience Overall there is some good advice here as well as things to think about my favorite chapter is the one on self esteem but this is not a guide for everyone because they are. Imbued with a sense of humor understanding and hope Your Brain Needs a Hug is a judgment free guide for living well with your mind My Mad Fat Diary author Rae Earl offers her personalized advice on the A to Zs of mental health. Based on Earl s personal experiences The mature content rating is for rug and alcohol use mentions of sex and molesting nudity on a page of illustration and a Historia Del General Don Mart N G Emes Y De La Provincia De Salta Sea discussion of masturbation The violence rating is for mentions of violent outbursts self harm and abuseReviewer Carolina Herdegenhttpskissthebookblogspotcom2020 This was a uick read filled with relatable uippy anecdotes taken from Earl s own firsthand experiences and the experiences of those close to her I really appreciated that itoesn t pretend to be the only book one needs to understand how to handle mental health in all its instability I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads GiveawaySo when I added this book to my currently reading shelf something interesting happened It said I was also currently reading another one of Rae Earl s books titled It s All In Your Head Upon clicking on that title I found the same reviews and escription for Your Brain Needs a Hug It would appear that It s All In Your Head was published in 2017 but then publishers Earl herself thought some rebranding was in order and so Your Brain Needs a Hug is supposed to be suitable for teens Overall I thought this was a fun cute little nonfiction read about mental health for teenagers That being said it s probably not the bestmost serious resource out there for someone who is truly struggling on a ay to Indici E Cataloghi Vol 7 day basis Io appreciate that Earl listed additional resources in the back of her book The only thing that ever irked me about the writingstyle of the book was that there were times when Earl would repeat herself Word for word line for line in numerous chapters There was also a focuspush for people to seek professional help which was also a little Historia De La Nueva M Xico daunting because it started to seem like the underlying message to every problem Some teens have aifficult time speaking to adultsare afraid of the stigma of professional helpflat out cannot
Afford It So I Think Providing Resources it So I think providing resources maybe taking steps to seeking professional help would have been useful I wanted to like this book but in the end I must be fair and honest The overall impression I have is that Rae Earl is uite enthusiastic about the psychological assistance she s received and benefitted from although the time of resentment authority figures is
*omnipresent Its clear she s not a teenager so it confused me *Its clear she s not a teenager so it confused me to why she thought she was ualified to write a book on brain health for this group She s capitalized on her shortcomings and found a way to make an income writing poorly edited often incoherent material i got the impression that the material I got the impression that the wants YOU to feel better through juxtaposing yourself next to her After sharing some passages with credentialed authorized licensed people the consensus is that this book could possibly cause harm except it is so blatantly obvious how messed up the author is Messed up is not my opinion but the author s who states this very often in case one cannot Historia Del General Don Mart N G Emes Y De La Provincia De Salta Sea deduce this independently The only credential was one line identifying aoctor who then was relegated to Dr R Dr Radha No background was given for this person except to say years of experience This could be Doctor of Divinity for all I know It was incredibly problematic for the genuine experts to El Coronel Lorenzo Lugones define criteria ofifferent El Eco De Ambos Mundos 1874 diagnoses found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual used by people in the field of psychology and yet the author gliblyescribes a narrow window of psychological problems uses false analogies and oversimplifies incredibly complex problems The author. Social media family and friendship When she was a teenager Rae ealt with OCD anxiety and an eating isorder but she survived and she thrived Your Brain Needs a Hug is filled with her friendly advice coping strategies and laugh.