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How to Survive the End of the World (When it's in Your Own Head): An Anxiety Survival Guide

Aaron Gillies

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Self-help & personal development

A hilarious, moving and genuinely helpful guide to surviving anxiety by Aaron Gillies, aka @TechnicallyRon

'Fast-paced, amusing and insightful' Guardian
'A brilliant and funny read for the apocalyptically-minded' Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive
'In a sea of books about mental health, it stands out for its humour, wisdom and lightness of touch' Adam Kay, author of This is Going to Hurt
'I LOVED it because it's good to know that I'm not the only one pretending everything's fine, even when everything is fine' Juno Dawson, author of The Gender Games
'Hilarious and deeply insightful' Dean Burnett, author of The Idiot Brain There are plenty of books out there on how to survive a zombie apocalypse, all-out nuclear war, or Armageddon.
But what happens when it feels like the world is ending every single time you wake up? That's what having anxiety is like - and How to Survive the End of the World is here to help you through the day, remind you that you're not alone, and learn to laugh in anxiety's face.

From helping readers identify the enemy, to safeguarding the vulnerable areas of their lives, Aaron Gillies will examine the impact of anxiety, and give readers some tools to fight back - whether with medication, therapy, CBT, coping techniques, or simply with a dark sense of humour.

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Aaron Gillies

Aaron Gillies, aka @TechnicallyRon on twitter, is a comedian and writer. He has been featured in and written for The Poke, Buzzfeed, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, amongst many others, and has produced viral content from 'Reasons my wife is crying' to 'a short guide to washing machine symbols' and 'a google autocompleted CV'. Aaron has written about mental health for many years in various publications.

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