Emily Reynolds is a journalist specialising in mental health, technology, science and feminism, writing for WIRED, The Guardian, Buzzfeed, and VICE among others. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in her early twenties, and since then has been raising awareness and supporting other young people with mental health issues. She also co-founded the Words by Women Awards in 2016.
A really clear, funny, useful guide to mental health. * Keith
Stuart, author of A Boy Made of Blocks *
This is a funny, brutal, kind, sobering, remarkably brave and clear-eyed book. Compelling and necessary. * Warren Ellis, author of Normal, Gun Machine and Transmetropolitan *
Emily Reynolds is a brilliant writer on an important subject. And hilarious too. * Adam Rutherford *
This book isn't just brilliantly written and welcoming in its tone; it's honest, practical and important. It is going to help so many people - including friends and family who desperately want to help a loved one but don't know how. * Emma Gannon, author of Ctrl Alt Delete *
Warm, welcoming and wise. * Red magazine *