The perfect book for when you need a practical pick-me-up on life's tough days
'This book is like a mug of hot chocolate on a cold day, a loving reminder that we are brave, capable and more than enough' Chloe Brotheridge, author of THE ANXIETY SOLUTION
'This book feels like a hug and pep talk from a friend' Sarah Turner, bestselling author of THE UNMUMSY MUM
'In these dark and weird times, I can't think of a book we need more' Lucy Vine, author of HOT MESS
A practical pick-me-up for life's tough days, this book is the perfect guide to help you feel happier, healthier and calmer.
We all have days where we feel like the world is getting us down. But here's the thing - you're not alone. From helping us see what strong really looks like, to what to do when you have no energy for self-care; Jayne Hardy shows us that even on our most difficult days, a little kindness can go a very long way.
With easily digestible advice and soothing messages to help you find brightness on even the darkest days, this is the book we all need. Perfect for yourself or as a gift to a family member or friend, this book is the message we all need to hear: Be kind.
Praise for Jayne's previous book The Self Care Project:
'Refreshing, heartfelt and humble. This book will be a game changer in promoting positive mental health' Sarah Turner, The Unmumsy Mum
'What a great book, so practical and so interesting - it might even be a lifesaver' - Jeremy Vine
'This book tackles the enormously important subject of self-care with wit, insight and the warmth of personal experience' - Poorna Bell
This book is like a mug of hot chocolate on a cold day, a loving reminder that we are brave, capable and more than enough.
In these dark and weird times, I can't think of a book we need more.
Like a first aid kit for your feelings, Kind Words for Unkind Days is such a practical and usable book - a book to be used not just read.
This book feels like a hug and pep talk from a friend
Jayne Hardy is the founder and CEO of The Blurt Foundation - a social enterprise dedicated to helping those affected by depression.
Jayne lives in Cornwall with her husband, their daughter, and their dog. She has spoken, and written, about her own experiences of depression and self-care on BBC Radio 2, at TEDxBrum, and in publications such as Huffington Post, Grazia and Virgin.com, to name a few.
Her innovative use of the internet to bring about positive social change was recognised from the off. She won the TalkTalk Digital Hero Award in 2011, and in 2014 was included in Marketing Magazine's list of Top Ten Digital Mavericks. Jayne has been mentioned as one of the 19 inspirational women leading the way in mental health by Rethink as part of their International Women's Day celebration. In 2016, Jayne led the viral #whatyoudontsee social media campaign.