Michael Rosen, Afua Hirsch and Jon Sopel join a range of Penguin authors, including doctors, teachers, midwives, scientists and more, to tell the story of Covid-19 and reflect on the tragedies, small victories and unsung heroes from 12 months that transformed the world.
Taking care of our mental health has never been more accepted as a practice, but choosing to begin therapy can be daunting. Here are some books to help you on your way.
Extraordinary times result in extraordinary feelings. David Kessler and Julia Samuel, two authors who are experts in grief, share their guidance for all of us during the Covid-19 crisis.
Death is one of life’s guarantees – and the grief that follows in its wake. Yet why is death still a societal taboo and grief so misunderstood? In Grief Works, Julia Samuels opens up the conversation in order to revolutionise the way we talk about life and loss.
Julia Samuel, MBE, is a leading British psychotherapist. During the last thirty years, she has worked first for the NHS and then in private practice. She is Founder Patron of Child Bereavement UK. Her previous books are This Too Shall Pass and Grief Works, both of which were Sunday Times bestsellers. She lives in London with her husband, and has four children and six grandchildren.
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