Author and illustrator Lee Crutchley brings his lively interactive approach to a little-discussed but very common issue: the struggle with depression and anxiety.
Through a series of supportive, surprising, and engaging prompts, How to be Happy (or at Least Less Sad) helps readers see things in a new light, and rediscover simple pleasures and everyday joy…or at least feel a little less sad. By turns a workbook, trusted friend, creative outlet, security blanket, and secret diary, the pages of this book will offer solace, distraction, engagement, a fresh perspective, and hopeful new beginnings—for readers of all ages and walks of life.
There are few times I come across a book that makes me smile from beginning to end, but How To Be Happy (Or At Least Less Sad) – A Creative Workbook has done just that. Author, Lee Crutchley, has created something magical. It’s as if he looked deep into the heart of what it means to be depressed and reverse engineered it in smiles and laughter. I’m looking forward to taking my entire creative team through this book. So good!
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