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  • Incredible

    This book changed my life. There. I said it. Something I've never said in a review before. But as someone who battles anxiety and who is very close to a number of people who face depression and anxiety, it has helped me understand not only their issues better, but also to understand my own issues too. And Matt Haig writes with such intelligence and humour that you forget you're reading self-help - it feels like you're just reading TRUTH. I can't recommend this book highly enough. Read it. Then make your friends, family and colleagues read it. And then all talk about it. Your life will be better for doing so.

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  • Reasons to buy this book...

    This book is probably the most important book you'll ever read if you suffer with mental illness, or know someone who has, or even if you haven't...everyone should read this book because you never know when you might be impacted by mental health issues. Everyone's mental health matters and this book is essential reading, so well written and comes from the heart with honesty and experience.

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  • Reasons to stay alive

    Well written insightful and helpful. We are all on a sliding scale of mental wellbeing and the levels can slide quickly or slowly and to great lengths or short lengths. We should celebrate our differences and our sameness. A valuable book to enable everyone to understand that we all have mental health! And sometimes that health is poor.

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  • Sad but a real insight

    The book gives a clear outline of depression, depressive thoughts and depressive behaviour. I would have been interested to read a guide, like a '10 step programe' to try and climb out of depresion or how to help someone else climb out. A fascinating read though.

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  • Perspective altering

    Reasons to stay alive was a book that best put emotions into words. I deeply respect the author's courage and willingness to share his challenges with the world, despite the possibility of it getting stigmatised. It highlights very real problems the world is facing and acts as a voice for those who cannot verbalise.

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