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I try to reserve my five stars for the books that dramatically altered something deep within me, and this one made the cut How to Come Alive Again is a huge, warm, understanding hug It is a guide of fundamentals of being human when you don t want to be a human Highly, highly recommend for anyone that needs a reminder that it s not you against the world. A caring, non judgmental, and humorous book of advice for individuals experiencing mental health issues, and for loved ones wanting to learnIt s full of really practical tips many of which may be common knowledge, but are helpful and important regardless It s nice to hear advice from someone who has been through depression herself and can speak to what the lowest lows can look and feel like I highlighted a ton of passages parts of the book I may want to return to later when I m not do A caring, non judgmental, and humorous book of advice for individuals experiencing mental health issues, and for loved ones wanting to learnIt s full of really practical tips many of which may be common knowledge, but are helpful and important regardless It s nice to hear advice from someone who has been through depression herself and can speak to what the lowest lows can look and feel like I highlighted a ton of passages parts of the book I may want to return to later when I m not doing so great My only criticism is it can be repetitive at a few points, and the information wasn t organized in a very clear or defined way.Feelings of depression and anxiety will eventually pass it s always temporary you just have to survive This book shows you how to take care of yourself until it passes And then how to take care of yourself afterwards This is a very good book Been dipping in and out of it but in terms of books around mental health, I think it s great It says from the start the book won t save your life, but it will offer you a heap of advice and anecdotes, encouraging and welcoming, and there s a lot to take away and apply. A book absolutely chock full of practical advice for sufferers of mental illness and friends and family A really important, helpful, and humourous read Definitely recommend for anyone with depression or anxiety, like myself The only reason this isn t 5 stars is because I felt it got a little repetitive by the end Beth McColl is a superb writer and after this I would genuinely read anything else she s written Please write another book Oh, Beth I feel like you scooped out my bad brain parts with a melon baller and turned them into this book In a good way though It s book like this one that make me feel understood, validated, and part of a shared community in this world of not always quite yet heads Would highly recommend this to anyone with mental illness, it s informative and clever and also doesn t take itself too seriously Which, when your brain can be far too serious sometimes, is the kind of thing you want to read. It s a great book for people struggling with chronic health in general not just mental health Beth is funny and considerate.Much of the material is well established knowledge or common sense however, there may also be many people who have not had access to the valuable and functional knowledge presented here Having said that everyone will learn at least a few nuggets of techniques and advice they may not have thought of It is nice to read from someone frankly sharing who gets it. First and foremost this book was beautifully written It s is jam packed with amazing and truly applicable words There is lot of really important, hard stuff to read but equally as much dazzling comedy I ll be recommending this book to all of my friends and family. Brilliant advice and guidelines in a relatable, often funny, voice I never once felt patronised and felt like these were real tips that someone like me could implement Will be recommending to friends. {Read} Ä How to Come Alive Again: A guide to killing your monsters ⚨ An essential, wondrous WOW of a book Sarah KnightEssential reading Daisy BuchananEveryone should have this on their bookshelf Lucy Anne Holmes It doesn t matter that you ve lived in shadows, that you ve slept through years of your life, that you ve done things you re ashamed to admit even to yourself It doesn t matter that you re an anxious, depressed, spaghetti brained mess with a shouty monster brain that keeps you from conforming to society s definition of normalBeth McColl has been there sometimes she still is there but in this book she shares what s worked for her and what hasn t, what s gotten her into trouble and then back out of it again, and what she wishes she d known from the start How to get through a bad day Questions to ask your doctor The truth about medication Ways to practise self care and mindfulness What to expect from a partner How to forgive your past self, and so much How to Come Alive Again is a relatable, honest, at times joyous and above all practical guide for anyone who has a mental illness or anyone who knows and loves someone who does It s the basics for mending your life, accepting yourself, changing what doesn t work, killing the worst of it and learning to live again Some of the jokes took me out of it and will probably date the book, but mostly this is a really useful resource for dealing with depression.