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You Got This: A fabulously fearless guide to being YOU

Bryony Gordon

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Personal & social issues: self-awareness & self-es

Bestselling author and journalist Bryony Gordon writes her first book for young teens. Sharing 10 crucial life lessons she wished she had known, this is the ultimate guide to growing up with self-respect, esteem, love and confidence, while acknowledging you are already totally brilliant too!

NO. 1 BESTSELLER!

'A book that every teenage girl needs to read ... and every grown woman will wish she had read' Fearne Cotton

'Bold. Brilliant. Bryony! This is the ultimate guide to growing up happy' Dr Max Pemberton

I wanted to be a unicorn. I wanted to be a lawyer. I wanted to be an astronaut.

But the thing I really wanted to be, more than anything else, was a little less like me.

It was only recently that I realised not wanting to be me was at the heart of every dumb decision I ever made. And so now I am writing this book containing all the life lessons I wish someone had taught me.

A book for the teenage girl in me. And for every teenage girl out there. Because the most powerful thing you can be when you grow up is yourself.

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Frank and fearless, YOU GOT THIS openly explores topics like self-respect, body image, masturbation and mental health, making it the perfect companion for young women.

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Bryony Gordon

In the twenty years that she has worked for the Telegraph, Bryony Gordon has become one of the paper's best-loved writers. She is the author of the bestselling The Wrong Knickers plus The Sunday Times Number One bestsellers You Got This and Mad Girl which were both nominated for British Book Awards. She is the presenter of the Mad World podcast and in 2016 she founded Mental Health Mates, now a global peer support network which encourages people with mental health issues to connect and get out of the house. In 2017 she won the MIND Making A Difference Award for her work in changing the perception of mental health in the media. She lives in South London with her husband and daughter, and their two guinea pigs.

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