Start worrying less and enjoying life with this book for people who worry or struggle with anxiety (so yeah -- everyone)!
We all have a mixture of fun and not-so fun feelings. And everyone feels worried sometimes. But too much anxiety can get in the way. So this book is here to help you identify your anxiety, understand why it's just part of that thing we call life, and equip you with all the tools you need to find calm again. Playfully presented, packed with fun and helpful illustrations, and expertly vetted, author-artist Rachel Brian (co-creator of the viral "Tea Consent"video) delivers a must-have book for anyone who wonders why they worry or how to better live with their anxiety. From recognizing when you're feeling anxious and worried, to taking charge by training your brain and using awesome techniques to help you feel good again, this book will have you worrying less and living more.
About the Author
Rachel Brian is the author of Consent (for Kids!) and the founder, owner, and principal animator of Blue Seat Studios. She is best known for her work on "Tea Consent," a video that has been translated into over 20 languages and has had more than 150 million views worldwide across platforms. The follow-up, "Consent for Kids," also has a tremendous following and has been translated into over 15 languages. A long-time artist, Rachel is a former researcher and an educator, having taught physiology, biology, and math at both the high school and college level. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
Praise for Consent (for Kids!):
* "Small-but-mighty...A book to own and refer to, often."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Praise for The Worry (Less) Book:
* "This entertaining, appealing, and friendly guide will be immensely helpful for readers of all ages...Excellent and absolutely necessary."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
* “Excellent…. Brian’s sense of humor, evenhanded acceptance, and gift for analogies (anxiety is represented as a gloppy gray mass with googly eyes and stick arms) make the book fun and informative. Those who are prone to anxiety will find practical advice about dealing with it, while those less familiar with it will learn to recognize it in others and what they can do to help. …Easy to understand and entertaining.”