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A girl’s guide to being fearless – how to find your brave Ebook

Girls Guide is the antidote to todays overwhelming world of altered photos, filters and fillers. With more than 1 in 3 teenage girls suffering from anxiety or depression as well as a huge rise in self harm and eating disorders, the need for a rock-solid wellbeing resource has never been more acute.Self-esteem is such a brittle thing. Moreover, at a time when self-esteem in young girls has never been so low and the noise of social can permeate every hour of their day, its never been more important for them to understand that wellbeing is an inside job.A Girls Guide to Being Fearless is a book of our time, reflecting the world as it is. Theres little value in telling girls to stop doing selfies or using Instagram filters, because these habits are ingrained in teenage culture. The value lies in teaching young women how to retain control of their wellbeing, knowing how to respond, developing strategies to bounce back, and learning to be their own bestie – and this book does just that!It includes a host of practical exercises and do-able ideas to inspire young women to smash through self-limiting beliefs, lift themselves and each other up, love the skin theyre in, exude confidence and be excited for their future.

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Suzie Lavington is a trainer and coach with The Art of Brilliance. Suzie is committed to showing people that their potential really does stretch to infinity and beyond, and runs workshops on self-esteem for young people. Andys day job is as the UKs first official Dr of Happiness – which gives him a strong media platform on all things happiness and wellbeing. Andy has written various best-selling personal development books, and founded ‘Art of Brilliance’ in 2004. His aim, to blaze a new trail – one that was totally rooted in the real world and that would make a massive and immediate impact on individuals and organisations.






Suzie Lavington


John Wiley