Jazz Thornton has achieved huge international recognition for her work in advocacy for mental health and the use of voices of lived experience to provide hope to those who are struggling. This journal, written with Genevieve Mora, her co-founder of the organisation Voices of Hope, provides a creative approach to self-help in mental health and well-being. This attractive journal contains simple exercises (with examples) plus thoughts and reflections by its two authors, both survivors of mental illness themselves. It is a practical and creative outlet for those struggling with mental health or simply looking to improve their personal outlook on life. As well as exercises there are inspirational quotations, pages for personal reflection or ideas, and even some colouring-in pages. There is a 'Where to Get Help' section at the back.
Jazz Thornton survived trauma and abuse at a very young age, then suffered anxiety, depression and chronic suicidal thinking. She found her way through, to become a successful author ( Stop Surviving Start Fighting ), public speaker, award-winning web series director ( Jessica's Tree ) and international mental-health advocate. A movie about Jazz and the making of Jessica's Tree has just been released - The Girl on the Bridge . Genevieve Mora spent the majority of her teenage years battling OCD, anorexia and anxiety, but with help and support she overcame her issues and is now the proud co-founder, along with Jazz Thornton, of the organisation Voices of Hope , which aims to remove the stigma around mental illness, and to show that hope is real and recovery is possible.
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