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Here are some snippets from reviews that are popping up for The Anxious Girl’s Guide to Dating book and let me just say THANK YOU. Seriously. This past year has been pretty challenging both personally and professionally and this project has been like a beacon of beautiful unicorn light. And now seeing your responses to the book is like glitter and sunshine sprinkled on top of that unicorn light. Along with some puppies. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to read this book. – Review by Lauren Hayley – ___ – Review by Angela Hamilton – ___ – Review by Ellie Miles – ___ – Review by Zoë – ___ – Review by Kelly – You guys, seriously, thank you. And if you’re still wanting to read the book go here. Or here. Or here for a free sample. xo, hattie
These past few months have been truly exciting and humbling. On top of releasing The Anxious Girl’s Guide to Dating I’m also thrilled to share with you guys the book Thriving With Social Anxiety, which I wrote in collaboration with Althea Press. It was such an honor to research and help shape this book to be a resource for people living with social anxiety. It is my hope that it might help give people some new ideas on living richer lives. Some of the things you’ll find in this book? 5, 10, and 30-minute therapeutic strategies Sample daily schedules for managing social anxiety Pros and cons of popular treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness Natural remedies, including meditation, essential oils, diet, and exercise Methods for enhancing confidence and assertiveness You can get your copy over at Amazon!
I am so honored to share this review of The Anxious Girl’s Guide to Dating book, written by mental health blogger, Lauren Hayley. Lauren has a beautiful blog about living with Borderline Personality Disorder, Cyclothymia, and Agoraphobia. She writes with warmth, self-awareness, and above all honesty. I came across her blog after we connected via twitter and fell in love with her artwork and insight into mental health. Her review made me tear up a bit, since it felt like connecting with the “reader” I had in mind while I worked on the project. Plus, she said that thing above, which basically made me want to curl into a ball and weep silently. A huge thank you to Lauren for taking the time to read this book and write such a lovely and well thought-out review. Check out her blog here! Follow her on twitter here!