The Little Book of Calm for New Mums: Grounding words for the highs, the lows and the moments in between

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Penguin UK, May 26, 2022 - Family & Relationships - 304 pages
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'A beautiful and informative companion of a book... Her compassion and guidance for a mother's mental health is invaluable' Giovanna Fletcher

'An essential read for new mums' Fearne Cotton

The Little Book of Calm for New Mums will share advice and support on issues that new mothers face, from A for Anger, to I for Insomnia, providing an empowering pep talk for those days when new mothers need it most.

Psychotherapist and mother of three, Anna Mathur, will support readers through the rollercoaster of feelings that come with being a new mum and provide expert advice based on her own professional and personal experiences. Whether you need some quick grounding, a note of compassion, or you want to untangle a feeling, flick to a page for a quick, uplifting moment of much-needed support.

There are quick takeaway mantras and action tips for those tight on time, and further reading should you want to explore topics more deeply. This comprehensive A-Z covers everything from baby blues and anxiety to guilt, insomnia, stress, your inner critic and maintaining friendships.

'Anna's kind and grounding words provide the perfect companion for new mums' Sarah Turner, AKA The Unmumsy Mum


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Anna Mathur is a psychotherapist and bestselling author. She's passionate about taking therapy out of the therapy room and sharing her personal and professional experiences to support mums through motherhood. She shares supportive insights on Instagram (@annamathur) and runs regular 'Mental Health' lives. Anna has appeared on Woman's Hour and Good Morning Britain. She has been featured in Grazia, Stylist and The Telegraph. Her podcast, 'The Therapy Edit', has had a quarter of a million downloads, and she has appeared on podcasts including Control Alt Delete, Scummy Mummies and The Midult.

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