GROW: Motherhood, mental health & me
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GROW: Motherhood, mental health & me

9781914240027

By (author) Frankie Bridge
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From the Sunday Times bestselling author Frankie Bridge whose first book, OPEN, has sold over 25,000 copies.

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Dimensions: 23.4 x 14.8 x 2.2 cm

Book Type: Hardback

Pages: 256

Publishing Date: 20210819

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'Open, honest, straight talking on mental health and motherhood.' - Tik Tok's Dr Julie

'I absolutely love it - it doesn't matter who you are, what you've been through and how much you've changed - there is always room for growth'. - Ant Middleton

'This book will become your bible.' - Gaby Roslin, Virgin Radio

In GROW, Sunday Times bestselling author Frankie Bridge opens up about her journey with her maternal mental health. Part narrative exploration, part first aid manual for mothers this book will discuss the hidden growing pains which take place when you become a parent.

Its chapters cover the HOW TOs, WHAT IFs?, WILL Is? and WHY DOs? anxious questions all mothers ask themselves when they believe they are doing it wrong whilst also offering a brutally honest account of how hard it can be to grow a baby and raise a child whilst you are still growing into yourself.

The book will combine Frankie's mental health journey into motherhood with the notes of psychologist, Maleha Khan, who will unpack the problems she experienced as she became a mother. It will also include additional guidance and parental advice from the UK's leading paediatrician Dr Ed Abrahamson.

Fans of OPEN:

'Brave and beautiful... a first aid manual for your mind.'
- Adam Kay, bestselling author of This is Going To Hurt

'Very readable. Very relatable. Intensely moving but also full of practical advice.'
- Alastair Campbell

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