Thoughts and Reviews

We’re all Mad Here. The No-Nonsense Guide to Living with Social Anxiety. Claire Eastham.

I know I moan A LOT about my public library, because the selection of books they have is poor. (Don’t even get me started on the poetry section. It’s like they’ve Googled two of the biggest publishers of poetry, thought that will do nobody reads poetry anymore anyway, and just order their stock from them. )

But they did have this book. I have wanted to read this book for a long time, since I have been following Claire’s blog here

It took me all of four hours to read the book, and it did not disappoint. In fact, I feel lots better about my anxiety, and depression. I have been feeling alone for the vast majority of my life, and now I don’t?

I follow blogs like Ida https://aroundthewardin80days.com

Vixxy https://crazylittlethings.site/

The Anxiety Warrior https://anxiwarrior.wordpress.com

I follow people on Twitter @FoxInTheBox05 @CUnderwoodUK @RealMissAnxiety

And watch YouTubers Katy of @Invisible_i and Connor Ward @ConnorWardTalks

and I feel normal. Which is a strange feeling, and after spending years and years being told I’m fine, that I just have a chip on my shoulder, that I should get on with things. I feel like it’s ok to say I’m ill.


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