How to Manage Your Eco-Anxiety: An Empowering Guide for Young People (10 Steps to Change) (Hardcover)

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Description


How to Manage Your Eco-Anxiety is a timely book for teens that explores the relationship between mental health and the climate crisis . . . and supplies tools to help!

How does climate change make you feel? Sad? Afraid? Powerless? Guilty? Manage your eco-anxiety with this helpful guide.

Drawing on years of experience as a psychoanalyst, Anouchka Grose shares cutting-edge insights on how to manage your eco-anxiety. Find out how to validate your emotions and build your resilience. Discover the comfort that can be found in your community.

Understand and face your eco-anxiety with ten accessible steps. A “tool kit” at the end of each step shows you ways to build on that knowledge and take action. You’ll finish this book feeling equipped with solutions and practical advice to help you be kinder to the planet . . . and yourself.

“An essential mental-health handbook for the next generation.” —Vanessa Nakate, climate activist

“An invaluable resource.” —Tori Tsui, climate justice and mental health activist

Featuring Color Illustrations by Lauriane Bohémier

About the Author


Anouchka Grose is a British Australian psychoanalyst and writer. She is passionately concerned about the effect of the climate crisis on our mental health. She is a member of the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, where she lectures, and she has appeared on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour and Beyond Belief. Lauriane Bohémier is an artist and graphic designer from Quebec, Canada. Inspired by nature, Bohémier creates art that feels good for the soul. Her art expresses the beauty of self, the gifts of nature, and the pleasure in taking care of ourselves and others. She believes that when we follow our life’s purpose, all will flow.

Praise For…


"An empowering guide to living with the stress of the climate change crisis."—Kirkus

"She focuses less on the usual tips to save the planet (although some eco-friendly activities are mentioned), emphasizing instead ways to nurture young people’s positive mental health...An insightful and helpful guide."—Booklist


Product Details
ISBN: 9781419771361
ISBN-10: 1419771361
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: March 12th, 2024
Pages: 96
Language: English
Series: 10 Steps to Change