Anxious Little Monsters
A Gentle Mental Health Companion for Anxiety and Stress (Art Therapy, Mental Health Gift)
Book on Anxiety with Encouraging Little Monsters
Anxious Little Monsters is a friendly little book on anxiety containing cute monster illustrations, affirmations, and encouragement for those facing mental health challenges.
An antidote for a society riddled with loneliness. Even though advancing technology has allowed people to connect in ways once unimaginable, we are lonelier than ever. It can be difficult to find a place in our fast-paced world, and it’s easy to think that we’re the only ones going through a hard time. As a result, anxiety is on the rise. Enter: Anxious Little Monsters. The positive affirmations in this book on anxiety, in the form of hand-drawn, adorable anxious monsters, meet your anxiety where it’s at and offer a helping hand for getting through it and attaining mental wellness and peace of mind.
The gentle reminders you need and deserve. Overcoming anxiety may seem daunting, but these monsters are here to teach you to change your perspective and take things easy. They offer positive affirmation words to remind you you’re not alone―they’re struggling with the same things you are. Author and professional illustrator Verity Crosswell crafts each cute little monster to be a soothing reassurance that helps you feel cared for and understood. When it comes to mental health resources and the best books for anxiety, this book is one that you can turn to again and again.
Open up Anxious Little Monsters and learn about:
- Listening to your natural mental and emotional cycles
- Actionable steps you can take to get through the low points and mood disorders, and ultimately set you on the path to dealing with and overcoming anxiety
- Ways to share what you’re feeling with loved ones so they can understand and support you
If you enjoyed books that help with anxiety like You Can Do All Things, The Big Activity Book for Anxious People, How to Be Happy (Or at Least Less Sad), or G’morning, G’night, then you’ll love Verity Crosswell’s Anxious Little Monsters.