It's All in Your Head is a comprehensive, positive and wise guide to mental health - a subject that directly affects 1 in 4 of us each year, and indirectly affects millions more. Non-reverential and darkly funny, the book aims to take mental health discussions out of the margin and make them mainstream and accessible. Rae Earl, author of My Mad Fat Diary , writes about her own experiences and speaks to teens and young people about theirs. Dr Radha, a GP, mental health expert and co-host of BBC Radio 1's The Surgery acts a consultant, ensuring all advice given is targeted, pitched correctly and medically sound. The result is a warm, readable book that will help teens cope and live with a mental health condition, rather than suffer from one.
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Rae Earl was born in Stamford in Lincolnshire in 1971. She worked in radio for 15 years and once managed to get on Westlife's private jet for an entire weekend. After nicking Brian McFadden's Mars bar, Rae knew she had peaked professionally and turned back to her first love - writing. Rae currently lives in Hobart, Tasmania with her husband & son. She thoughMore about Rae Earl
Rae Earl (Author)
Rae Earl (author)
Rae Earl was born in Stamford, Lincolnshire in 1971. After some adequate schooling she went to Hull University & won the Phillip Larkin prize for a frankly magnificent dissertation. She then did every job in a radio station except 'accountant'. Her books My Mad Fat