The Worrier's Guide to Life: Dubious Information & Questionable Advice by Gemma CorrellThe Worrier's Guide to Life: Dubious Information & Questionable Advice by Gemma Correll

The Worrier's Guide to Life: Dubious Information & Questionable Advice

byGemma Correll

Paperback | May 26, 2015

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If you're floundering in life, striking out in love, struggling to pay the rent, and worried about it all -- you're in luck! World Champion Worrier and Expert Insomniac Gemma Correll is here to assure you that it could be much, much worse.

In her hugely popular comic drawings, Gemma Correll dispenses dubious advice and unreliable information on life as she sees it, including The Dystopian Zodiac, Reward Stickers for Grown-Ups, Palm Reading for Millennials, and a Map of the Introvert's Heart. For all you fellow agonizers, fretters, and nervous wrecks, this book is for you. Read it and weep...with laughter
Gemma Correll is a young English illustrator, cartoonist, and generally quite small person. She and her trusty pug sidekicks, Bella and Mr. Norman Pickles, will soon be leaving the land of their births for a new life in the very large country of America. Wish them luck!
Title:The Worrier's Guide to Life: Dubious Information & Questionable AdviceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 8 × 6.5 × 0.4 inPublished:May 26, 2015Publisher:Andrews McMeel PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1449466001

ISBN - 13:9781449466008

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quirky fun book Filled with witty relatable doodles of the socially and generally anxious mind, this is just such a delight to flick through when you're feeling stressed out by the grayer parts of life.
Date published: 2017-04-16

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"Dealing with a mental health condition is no laughing matter. But British illustrator Gemma Correll is channeling her depression and anxiety into her art—and the results are hilarious." (Elyse Wanshel, The Huffington Post)