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Sane: how I shaped up my mind, improved my mental strength and found calm

Sane: how I shaped up my mind, improved my mental strength and found calm

Young, E. (Emma), author

The scientifically proven route to enriching and enhancing your state of mind

Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: Yellow Kite, 2015
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Emma Young
ISBN: 1473619246, 9781473619241
Physical Description: 357 pages ; 23 cm
Subject: Mental health Popular works.; Health and Fitness.; Young, E. (Emma) Mental health.; Health and Wellbeing.

Author note

Emma Young is an award-winning science and health journalist now based in Sheffield. She has a BSc (Hons) in psychology from the University of Durham and 20 years' experience on titles including the Guardian, the Sydney Morning Herald, and New Scientist. She also writes for Mosaic, the new Wellcome Trust magazine.

Reviews

Brilliant
Mail on Sunday||I'd highly recommend her thought-provoking book.
Lauren Laverne, BBC Radio 6||Sane may well be the 'wellness bible' we've all been searching for.
Marie Claire||Young won't settle for any shoddy theories in her quest to develop a 'comprehensive programme that could build basic mental strength'
Elle||A wonderful personal account of healthy ways of coping and flourishing in our fast-paced society today
Rajita Sinha, Professor of Psychiatry, Yale Medical School and Director, Yale Stress Centre||I love the balance of scientific evidence, informed opinion and personal experience... I found I was able to get past some of my preconceived notions and become more open to considering various approaches to stress management that I would otherwise have dismissed.
Carol Ewing Garber, Professor of Movement Sciences, Columbia University and President, American Coll