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Eat, Drink, Run: How I Got Fit Without Going Too Mad Bryony Gordon Was Not A Runner Yet Somehow, As She Began To Recover From The Emotional Rollercoaster Of Laying Her Life Bare In Her Mental Health Memoir MAD GIRL, She Started To Realise That Getting Outside, Moving Her Body And Talking To Others For Whom Life Was Also An Occasional Challenge, Might Actually Help Her Going For A Run Might Not Banish Her Sadness But At Least It Might Show It That She Was Damn Well Trying To Beat It, Which Is Sometimes Half The Battle As She Began To Run Further She Started To See The Limitations She Had Imposed On Her Life Clearly Maybe Rather Than Sitting On The Sofa Watching The World Go By, Fulfilling Your Dreams Was Just About Standing Up And Taking That First Step Maybe You Can Do It TooIn April , Less Than A Year After She Had Weighed Herself At Over Stone But Stepped Off The Scales And Started Training Anyway, Bryony Gordon Ran All And Miles Of The London Marathon Here, In Her New Amusing Memoir, She Shows Us How Extraordinary Things Can Happen To Us All If We Re Just Willing To Keep Going

10 thoughts on “Eat, Drink, Run: How I Got Fit Without Going Too Mad

  1. says:

    1 in 4 people will suffer some form of mental illness during their lifetime That s a lot of people It could be your neighbour, your best friend, maybe even you It s an illness that doesn t discriminate, and can affect anyone at anytime I should know In 2016 I had a breakdown from being overworked, and the stress and anxiety just became

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    Hold my bookmark I m going for a run

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    Great new year read Another writer bringing to the fore her personal struggles with mental health but with positivity and lots of humour It s funny, brutally honest and inspiring.

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    Eat, Drink, Run this is how I celebrated Global Mental Health Day 2019 I nearly devoured the book in one sitting er sprint as the case may be Her book Mad Girl was medication for my soul while I was abroad, and I couldn t wait to get my hands on a copy of her latest release Eat, Drink, Run is a humor infused real life fairy tale complete with princes and royals abou

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    Listened via audible Really enjoyed this, and a huge bonus because it is narrated by Bryony herself Also huge bonus as it includes the Prince Harry podcasts Night little surprise that I wasn t expecting Only downside to this is that I wanted it to be longer I felt it would have benefitted frominfo about mental health and the charity of etc It all just felt a bit rushed but I

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    I highly recommend this book for anyone struggling with their mental health it offers a simple thing that will help clear your mind so much and completely empowers you to be able to do it I ve now set running goals for 2019 and feel really positive

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    Literally the best book I have read in a long time Bryony has inspired me no end

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    spoiler, quote from ending at bottom DAn absolutely amazing read In the end reading about Bryony s journey to running and her time with Prince Harry, just had me in tears I, myself have fought to be normal and think I need to do things normal people do, but some days my mind and body just can t do it and that s what I need to stop fighting and just do what helps me Running helps me but I feel the need to do a 5k ev

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    Gordon has lived with mental health issues for most of her life Her previous memoirs talk openly about her severe depression, anxiety and OCD In this book, she discusses how she decided to try running as a way of combating her illness and accidentally signed up to do the London Marathon at a mental health groups event hosted by younger members of the Royal Family Gordon has a haphazard style of writing that gives an idea of

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