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Brought to you by Penguin Everyone has a mental health So we asked What does yours mean to you The result is extraordinary Overpeople have shared their stories Powerful, funny, moving, this book is here to tell you It s OK With writing and audio from a collection of collaborators including Adam Kay Alastair Campbell Alexis Caught Ben Platt Bryony Gordon Candice Carty Williams Charlie Mackesy Charly Cox Chidera Eggerue Claire Stancliffe Davina McCall Dawn O Porter Elizabeth Day Elizabeth Uviebinen Ella Purnell Emilia Clarke Emma Thompson Eve Delaney Fearne Cotton Gabby Edlin Gemma Styles GIRLI Milly Toomey Grace Beverley Hannah Witton Honey Ross Hussain Manawer Jack Rooke James Blake Jamie Flook Jamie Windust Jessie Cave Jo Irwin Jonah Freud Jonny Benjamin Jordan Stephens Kai Isaiah Jamal Kate Weinberg Kelechi Okafor Khalil Aldabbas KUCHENGA Lauren Mahon Lena Dunham Maggie Matic Martha Lane Fox Mathew Kollamkulam Matt Haig Megan Crabbe Michael Kitching Michelle Elman Miranda Hart Mitch Price Mona Chalabi Montana Brown Nadia Craddock Naomi Campbell Poorna Bell Poppy Jamie Reggie Yates Ripley Parker Robert Kazandjian Rosa Mercuriadis Saba Asif Sam Smith Scarlett Curtis Scarlett Moffatt Scottee Sharon Chalkin Feldstein Shonagh Marie Simon Amstell Sin ad Burke Steve Ali Tanya Byron Travon Free Yomi Adegoke Yusuf Al Majarhi


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  1. Ronit Ross Ronit Ross says:

    The stories are real inspiration Definitely recommend everyone to read this compilation.


  2. sadovidsporn.co Kunde sadovidsporn.co Kunde says:

    The book is very nice, I think about it s content enough has been said But why in god s name did you feel like to re invent book spines in a completely dysfunctional way You know that round spines were designed half a millennium ago so one can actually open them I can t open the book in the middle without tearing the binding from the case, because, there is no room to bend And with such a huge book, that would have been really helpful.


  3. HKJ HKJ says:

    Lots of good bits, but a little superficial, IMHO Yes, it s good to know that it s ok to not be ok, but I feel like there s a bit of British stiff upper lip about it, in that it s ok to not be ok, but make the most of it.As someone who has battled mental health for over 20 years, there were some good points about this, but it was fairly light superficial at times.


  4. Miss Lisa Lee Miss Lisa Lee says:

    Quite disappointed to be honest Perhaps I had too high expectations having read all the review comments but this turned out to be unsatisfying to me I wish it had less number of contributors but depth and expansion each It feels like many of them are just dipping their toes in the water before having to rush off to a premature end Each article is of a starter than a main course I love many of the contributors individually but together in this format the content feels shallow at times It almost feels like the book has prioritised quantity and name dropping over quality and depth, of something which readers can really get their teeth into before being uprooted and having to move on to the next person s perspective which then again, stays on the surface simply because of its brevity The baby sized quotes also feel like magazine style presentation gimmicks as there are just so many of them, it s like reading Instagram For me this was a missed opportunity to properly explore a topic that s anything but shallow.


  5. Beth Beth says:

    I like this book, it is helpful to learn about other people s thoughts on mental health You can tell that the people who wrote it are trying to help people feel better I would definitely recommend it to other people.