Open your mind : learn to deal with the big stuff in life / Gemma Cairney with help from the experts.

By: Cairney, Gemma, 1985- [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Macmillan, 2018Copyright date: ©2017Description: 152 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmISBN: 9781509877003 ; 1509877002 Subject(s): Teenagers -- Conduct of life -- Children's nonfiction | Teenagers -- Life skills guides -- Children's nonfiction | Depression in adolescence -- Children's nonfiction | Self-acceptance -- Children's nonfictionDDC classification: 302.235 Summary: Full of honest and practical advice from Gemma Cairney and a whole host of trained professionals and real people, Open Your Mind is the best friend of a book everyone needs. From stress, trauma and anxiety, to your place in the world and everything in between. Gemma Cairney is an important advocate for young people. Her personal insight and time as Radio 1's resident agony aunt on The Surgery makes her perfectly placed to offer advice to young people questioning what life's all about. Discover even more with Open Your Heart: Learn to Love Your Life and Love Yourself.
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Children's Non Fiction 158 HEALTH (Browse shelf) Checked out 09/11/2020 i2183434
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Includes index.

Includes useful websites.

First published in 2017 as part of 'Open : a toolkit for how magic and messed up life can be' by Macmillan Children's Books.

Includes chapters on: Anxiety -- Depression -- Addiction -- Politics -- Our Natural World -- Feminism -- Money -- and so much more!

Full of honest and practical advice from Gemma Cairney and a whole host of trained professionals and real people, Open Your Mind is the best friend of a book everyone needs. From stress, trauma and anxiety, to your place in the world and everything in between. Gemma Cairney is an important advocate for young people. Her personal insight and time as Radio 1's resident agony aunt on The Surgery makes her perfectly placed to offer advice to young people questioning what life's all about. Discover even more with Open Your Heart: Learn to Love Your Life and Love Yourself.

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