Life doesn t need to be a struggle. Letting go is the strongest thing I ve ever done
A practical and heartfelt guide to healing for anyone who has suffered from low self-esteem, a lack of confidence, or disordered eating. Woolf writes with intelligence, wisdom and compassion for a generation of women battling an enduring media onslaught of perfectionism. The fightback continues.
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett, The Vagenda
Psychology, philosophy and personal growth marvellously rolled into one, Letting Go is a must-read. This book shows us how to develop inner confidence, open new doors, and rediscover joy and meaning in our lives.
Deanne Jade, psychologist and founder of the National Centre For Eating Disorders
Letting Go is not about giving up, but about letting freedom in. This brave and personal account shows us that the path to true liberation is through embracing our true selves, however flawed we fear they might be.
Sally Brampton, author of Shoot the Damn Dog and columnist for Top Sante and Psychologies
A timely reminder that though we may take ourselves for granted at times, self-care is a divine responsibility. In Woolf s intimately personal yet relatable voice, Letting Go empowers us to accept both the role of wounded and healer.
Caroline Kent, Telegraph journalist
Gutsy and engaging, Letting Go combines research and real-life advice on fulfilling your inner potential and building self-belief... Woolf s latest book is highly recommended.
Tim Weeks, Olympic trainer
Emma Woolf is the voice of friendly sanity; she is the warm, assured hand that reaches out and grasps yours. A wonderfully helpful book.
Kate Long, author of The Bad Mother s Handbook
Exploring the issues of love, loss, healing and happiness, this manifesto for freedom from one of feminism s liveliest voices will guide you on the path to feeling newly, truly confident.