I Really Didn't Think This Through: Tales from My So-Called Adult Life

I Really Didn't Think This Through: Tales from My So-Called Adult Life

Did you ever wish your best friend?the person you would trust with your innermost secrets, the person whose wisdom and comfort you seek in times of stress or self-doubt?could draw? Like Mindy Kaling meets Hyperbole and a Half, I Really Didn?t Think This Through gets at the heart of what makes life both so challenging and so joyful?figuring out how to be a person in the worl Did you ever wish your best friend?the person you would trust with your innermost secrets, the person whose...

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Title:I Really Didn't Think This Through: Tales from My So-Called Adult Life
Author:Beth Evans
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:I Really Didn't Think This Through: Tales from My So-Called Adult Life
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Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

I Really Didn't Think This Through: Tales from My So-Called Adult Life Reviews

  • Ashley
    Feb 15, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

  • Nicole N. (A Myriad of Books)
    May 26, 2017

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

  • bookczuk
    Jun 11, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

    2.5 stars This review and others posted over at my blog. I won a copy from LibraryThung in exchange for my honest review. A mix of simple comics and heartfelt anecdotes, some humorous and some serious, Beth Evans tackles some of the tough subjects of adulthood like being jea...

    What an awesome book! I really needed the relate ability crammed in with the humor. Seriously though, if you love Allie Brosh and similar bloggers turned authors grab this up. ...

    Although the coping mechanism differs from a person to another, this short graphic novel by Beth Evans describes how anxiety sabotages every second of your life. i really don?t agree with her strategies to improve one?s anxiety issues because one size doesn?t fit all; however, i ...

    Note: This review is based on an ARC. Evans perfectly described, and illustrated, the struggles of young adulthood. From taxes, to relationships, to comparison via social media, she explores the struggles of growing up and finding ones place in the world. The illustrations are funny, n...

    This book is so good...honest, raw and brave. I adored it from the first sentence. Within this book was so much more than advice and vulnerability, there are illustrations (adorable illustrations), humor and experiences we can all relate to. I know that this will be one of those rare b...

    Wryly humorous look at anxiety, depression and surviving the horror that is life and the social situations it throws at you. I'd say you would have to have experienced at least one of the above to relate to Beth Evan's musings and advice, but to be honest, who hasn't nowadays? Inters...

    I like the art of Beth Evans; I follow her on Instagram. But, when I got this book, the title probably was apt. I'm just the wrong demographic for the subjects she covers in it. But, were I in my early twenties, it could have been more applicable. Bottom line, though, I still like the ...

  • Laura
    Apr 04, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

  • Teresa
    Jan 04, 2019

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

  • Swati
    Sep 08, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

  • Smitha Murthy
    Aug 26, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

  • Eli Claire
    Sep 01, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

  • Alexandra
    Jun 26, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

  • Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com
    May 25, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

    2.5 stars This review and others posted over at my blog. I won a copy from LibraryThung in exchange for my honest review. A mix of simple comics and heartfelt anecdotes, some humorous and some serious, Beth Evans tackles some of the tough subjects of adulthood like being jea...

    What an awesome book! I really needed the relate ability crammed in with the humor. Seriously though, if you love Allie Brosh and similar bloggers turned authors grab this up. ...

    Although the coping mechanism differs from a person to another, this short graphic novel by Beth Evans describes how anxiety sabotages every second of your life. i really don?t agree with her strategies to improve one?s anxiety issues because one size doesn?t fit all; however, i ...

    Note: This review is based on an ARC. Evans perfectly described, and illustrated, the struggles of young adulthood. From taxes, to relationships, to comparison via social media, she explores the struggles of growing up and finding ones place in the world. The illustrations are funny, n...

    This book is so good...honest, raw and brave. I adored it from the first sentence. Within this book was so much more than advice and vulnerability, there are illustrations (adorable illustrations), humor and experiences we can all relate to. I know that this will be one of those rare b...

  • Milliebot
    May 29, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

    2.5 stars This review and others posted over at my blog. I won a copy from LibraryThung in exchange for my honest review. A mix of simple comics and heartfelt anecdotes, some humorous and some serious, Beth Evans tackles some of the tough subjects of adulthood like being jea...

  • ozzy
    Jun 23, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

    2.5 stars This review and others posted over at my blog. I won a copy from LibraryThung in exchange for my honest review. A mix of simple comics and heartfelt anecdotes, some humorous and some serious, Beth Evans tackles some of the tough subjects of adulthood like being jea...

    What an awesome book! I really needed the relate ability crammed in with the humor. Seriously though, if you love Allie Brosh and similar bloggers turned authors grab this up. ...

    Although the coping mechanism differs from a person to another, this short graphic novel by Beth Evans describes how anxiety sabotages every second of your life. i really don?t agree with her strategies to improve one?s anxiety issues because one size doesn?t fit all; however, i ...

  • Teresa Quiñonez
    Jul 16, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

  • Kate
    Mar 25, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

    2.5 stars This review and others posted over at my blog. I won a copy from LibraryThung in exchange for my honest review. A mix of simple comics and heartfelt anecdotes, some humorous and some serious, Beth Evans tackles some of the tough subjects of adulthood like being jea...

    What an awesome book! I really needed the relate ability crammed in with the humor. Seriously though, if you love Allie Brosh and similar bloggers turned authors grab this up. ...

    Although the coping mechanism differs from a person to another, this short graphic novel by Beth Evans describes how anxiety sabotages every second of your life. i really don?t agree with her strategies to improve one?s anxiety issues because one size doesn?t fit all; however, i ...

    Note: This review is based on an ARC. Evans perfectly described, and illustrated, the struggles of young adulthood. From taxes, to relationships, to comparison via social media, she explores the struggles of growing up and finding ones place in the world. The illustrations are funny, n...

    This book is so good...honest, raw and brave. I adored it from the first sentence. Within this book was so much more than advice and vulnerability, there are illustrations (adorable illustrations), humor and experiences we can all relate to. I know that this will be one of those rare b...

    Wryly humorous look at anxiety, depression and surviving the horror that is life and the social situations it throws at you. I'd say you would have to have experienced at least one of the above to relate to Beth Evan's musings and advice, but to be honest, who hasn't nowadays? Inters...

  • Abduraafi Andrian
    Sep 23, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

  • Stefanie
    Jul 04, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

  • Sydney
    Mar 24, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

  • Kyleigh
    Jun 18, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Heather
    Jul 24, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

  • Ashley
    Mar 13, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

    2.5 stars This review and others posted over at my blog. I won a copy from LibraryThung in exchange for my honest review. A mix of simple comics and heartfelt anecdotes, some humorous and some serious, Beth Evans tackles some of the tough subjects of adulthood like being jea...

    What an awesome book! I really needed the relate ability crammed in with the humor. Seriously though, if you love Allie Brosh and similar bloggers turned authors grab this up. ...

    Although the coping mechanism differs from a person to another, this short graphic novel by Beth Evans describes how anxiety sabotages every second of your life. i really don?t agree with her strategies to improve one?s anxiety issues because one size doesn?t fit all; however, i ...

    Note: This review is based on an ARC. Evans perfectly described, and illustrated, the struggles of young adulthood. From taxes, to relationships, to comparison via social media, she explores the struggles of growing up and finding ones place in the world. The illustrations are funny, n...

  • Grace
    Jun 03, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

  • Becky
    Jul 03, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

    2.5 stars This review and others posted over at my blog. I won a copy from LibraryThung in exchange for my honest review. A mix of simple comics and heartfelt anecdotes, some humorous and some serious, Beth Evans tackles some of the tough subjects of adulthood like being jea...

    What an awesome book! I really needed the relate ability crammed in with the humor. Seriously though, if you love Allie Brosh and similar bloggers turned authors grab this up. ...

  • mei
    Jul 17, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

  • Najwa (najreads)
    Jan 14, 2019

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

  • Amalia Gavea
    Apr 08, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

  • Sarah
    Jul 20, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

  • Basyirah
    Dec 20, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

  • Mel
    Mar 31, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

  • Eriza Alica
    Jul 15, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...

    I didn't really know wha tto expect going in to this. It begins with casual "we all feel this way"-type experiences, but quickly evolves into the author reminiscing on her experiences with mental illness (specifically: depression, anxiety, and self harm). Evans really doesn't hold any ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the ARC! In the same vein of Alida Nugent, a fellow young writer loving/hating her 20?s, illustrator Beth Evans presents a brief memoir of struggles she had growing up with bullies and feeling like she didn?t fit in and evolving into an anxiety-ridde...

    Completely relatable and enjoyable. Full review to come here and on my blog. ...

    What an utterly relatable book. Not many people associate me with anxiety or depression - but only my closest people know the demons I battle with when it comes to both of these twin friends. Beth Evans has written a book that is at once heartwarming and charming - and really truthful....

    i think im gonna have to pick this up again in the next year or so and see how my perspective will change then ...

    I love Beth Evans and really enjoyed reading this. At points, it really felt like she got me and understood exactly what it?s like to be me. A great read! I definitely recommend to anyone who suffers from anxiety or any other mental illness. ...

    this was really cute. the cover illustration kind of reminded me of allie brosh's book covers and so i checked this out of my library, thinking it would include funny and irreverent anecdotes about being an adult who doesn't feel like an adult. but actually, there was a lot of hone...

    I?m pretty sure I haven?t connected to a book so much until now ...

    I got this Uncorrected Proof from a coworker who had won it on Goodreads. I follow a bunch of Instagram illustrators, but not Beth Evans (but now I do), and flipping through it I could see her illustrations were included so I gave it a shot. Finished in two days (three reading sessions...

    This was the loveliest, most reassuring collection of thoughts, feelings and pro tips on living with anxiety and 'adulting'. *I had some issues with the formatting - the writing was often interrupted needlessly by the (excellent) drawings mid-paragraph, which made me lose my flow a...

    "Self-love is all over the place right now, as a positive movement to help people accept themselves. But for a lot of us, it can be a real challenge." "Self-love is going to be impossible some days and can seem like the most daunting challenge ever. After all, we allow ourselves to ...

    Ulasan lengkap: http://bit.ly/IReallyDidntAdult Keberanian penulis dalam mengungkap pengalaman-pengalaman buruknya amat mampu memberikan gambaran konkret kepada pembaca untuk setuju dengan "nasihat-nasihat"-nya. Buku yang bagus! ...

    I really didn't think that i will supeerrrrrrrrrrr enjoy this book. rekomeeeeeennnn111111 ...

    3.5 stars ...

    I just felt very very seen in this book. ...

    Beth Evans is funny. Not laugh-out-loud but chuckle-under-your-breath funny. That's admirable when you think of the number of things she has (is?) battled with. Depression, OCD, anxiety. Although she has had her share of embarassing and distressing moments, she has been strong enough t...

    Mental illness sucks, and Beth Evans knows it. Her drawings were spot-on, and although some of her words felt a bit cloying, I did appreciate how much I related to a lot of her experiences. Everyone who struggles with their brain being mean to them should check out this book and her on...

    Quick read, as it contains many drawings. It reminded me of Hyperbole and a Half. The author shares her struggle with anxiety and depression. I enjoyed her positive attitude and honesty. I love that she's a Rush fan too! The parts where she talks about Rush are my favorite. ...

    Las personas que sufren de ansiedad siempre serán vistos como bichos raros, por más que la sociedad se empeñe en ?normalizarlo?. Este pequeño diario nos involucra en lo más profundo de los problemas de ansiedad, lo humaniza y nos hace entender el calvario que se vive. ...

    This is a very Cool book ??? I'm looking forward for her next books also ^^ ...

  • ❛kayla❜
    Sep 21, 2018

    ??Ugh, why do I have feelings? I?m the worst.?? I won?t bore you with details on how good Evans? writing is. That?s not the point although I can assure you that the way she talks to us is delightful and direct. What I feel is important is her bravery to share exper...

    4.5/5 stars. This was not on my list but I saw it in the "New Non-Fiction" section of the library and decided it was up my alley. I love when that happens! :) "Feeling wholly and completely understood by people who don't know you personally is a very powerful thing. Often time...

    RTC :) ...