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Book Review: hello me, it’s you by Anonymous , Hannah Todd ( editor)


Title: 
hello me, it’s you

Author: Anonymous , Hannah Todd  ( editor)

Publisher: hello me, it’s you

Publication Date:  October 10th, 2016

Genre: Nonfiction, Mental Health,Mental Illness

Format: Ebook

My Rating: 5/5 stars

Links: GoodReads  .  Amazon 



Blurb:

“Keep smiling and being you. Don’t let the world change you”

Hello Me, it’s You is a collection of letters by young adults aged 17-24 about their experiences with mental health issues. The letters are written to their 16-year-old selves, giving beautifully honest advice, insight and encouragement for all that lays ahead of them.

This book was produced by the Hello Me, it’s You charity, set up by the editor, Hannah. Hannah was diagnosed with depression and anxiety whilst at university and found comfort in talking to friends about their experiences, realising she was not alone in her situation. This inspired the idea for the charity and book. Through the creation of materials such as this, the charity aims to provide reassurance for young adults (and their families) who are experiencing mental health issues and give a voice to young adults on such an important topic. The result of that will hopefully be a reduction in the negative stigma surrounding mental health and an increase in awareness of young people’s experiences. All profits go the Hello Me, it’s You charity, for the production of future supportive books.

Trigger warning: Due to it’s nature, the content of this book may be triggering. Contains personal experiences of depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, trichotillomania and other mental health issues, as well as issues such as assault.

My Review:

 …………..” Life is nothing but a Reckless Adventure!”……………

Hello me, it’s you. 

You have finished reading one of the best books ever. It is not a novel, but trust me when I say this, it is a piece of writing that this world desperately needed. I know that you have read a lot of great books, some that didn’t shy away from serious topics like Mental Illness . But this ? This is a book that your soul is going to devoir instantly .It is a safe haven to seek, a strong message of ( YOU ARE NOT ALONE ).

This book will make you cry, nod in agreement , and connect with people who explain how you’ve felt when you were dancing on the line that separates light and dark. You are going to feel the urge to highlight every single page in that book; just do it.

Don’t feel ashamed of writing a book review that could show why you loved this book so much. Never be ashamed of whatever illness you have; never be ashamed of telling people about it. I am still figuring out who to always practice that last sentence, but I will figure it out. We will figure it out . Share this on your Facebook , send it to any organization that care about this subject. You never know, perhaps your darkest confession, is someone else’s salvation.

Please go back and reread what you have highlighted , and keep the anonymous authors and Hannah Todd in your prayers . They are amazing brave knights, trying to walk through the darkness that exist even in the light.

Never Stop Loving yourself,
your 22 years old self.


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Hello Me, it’s You is a non-profit project aimed at raising awareness for mental health issues among Young Adults. It aims to break down negative stigma surrounding mental health issues, and to normalise it for young people and their families.

As a result we’ve collected anonymous letters by young adults about their experiences with mental health issues, and given them a platform for their experiences.

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