Dimensions:7.25in x 5.25 x 0.88 in | 0.65 lb
Page Count:288 pages
You get to decide how your lessons are learned and how your story goes. That's the power you have.
Life can be relentless, challenging and full of curveballs thrown at us at the worst times, but through these times life will open its hands and offer us the gift of finding out just how powerful we are. Dr Radha, a practising GP and media doctor, provides an inspiring toolbox of reflections and advice to help us reframe the bad stuff and difficulties we face, prevent overwhelm, and learn how to step into our power and trust ourselves, so we can overcome - and become more of who we truly are.
Divided into 3 sections - Getting Through, Stepping Up and Moving Forward - Dr Radha takes us through the tough roadmap of life and along all the highs and lows to prove to us that the tools we need to make decisions and implement changes lie within our own hands. We deserve to be happy and we have something beautiful, strong and determined inside of us. We hold the power to get through a crisis, to step up to the challenge and to move forward and change things for the better.
Let Dr Radha guide you on your journey to find balance, create healthy habits and build solid foundations to create the life that you were born to live.
Dr Radha Modgil is an NHS GP, a television, radio and podcast broadcaster and author on a mission to bring about positive change in the world and empower people.
Radha is the medical expert for both BBC Radio 1's daytime show, Life Hacks, and BBC 5 Live's Mental Health Clinic, and was the presenter of the CBeebies show, Feeling Better, which highlighted the importance of talking to young children about their feelings. She also appeared as the medical expert for The Sex Education Show on Channel 4 and Make My Body Younger on BBC Three. She has written for The Guardian, MSN Lifestyle, The Huff Post and the online platform Having Time, and is a weekly columnist for The i Newspaper, writing about how we can all live our best lives.
Radha is passionate about helping people feel that they are not alone in their struggles and challenges they face. She's worked on several wellbeing campaigns with BBC Children in Need, Public Health England, MIND and the British Red Cross and is an ambassador for the National Academy for Social Prescribing, the Youth Sports Trust, National Careers Week and the mental health charity We Are Beyond.
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