Genre: Non-fiction, Self-help
Published: September 23rd, 2019
A big thank you to Natalie Read, Eleanor Gibson and Literally PR for letting me be a part of this Book Tour!
I don’t think many people could honestly say that the last couple of years haven’t been rough on their mental health. Everyone deals with stress differently, but no matter how well you cope with life, I think everyone could use some more self-acceptance and self-love. Self-care is a big deal, but most #self-care tips involve some kind of bath/drink combo. Sometimes self-care needs to be a little more involved, and that’s where self-help books come in! Being Human is not a self-help book directed towards one particular thing. Instead, it focuses on self-acceptance in general.
Being Human wasn’t stuffy or preachy, it was down to earth and easy to understand. You aren’t forced to read it cover to cover either, you can jump to certain chapters and really tailor the book to your specific needs. One fun thing with Being Human is the inclusion of exercises, which can be worked on while you read or afterwards. I also like the inclusion of meditations throughout the book. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a guide to self-acceptance!