Hi, Just a Quick Question : Queries, Advice, and Figuring It All Out, Paperback / softback Book

Hi, Just a Quick Question : Queries, Advice, and Figuring It All Out Paperback / softback



"Human, touching, and hopeful, Beth Evans provides an empathetic guide to navigating some of life's universal challenges." -Sarah Andersen, author of Adulthood is a Myth, Big Mushy Happy Lump, and Herding CatsBuilding on the success of I Really Didn't Think This Through, this long-awaited, hilarious sequel by popular Instagram artist Beth Evans (292k followers) offers her take on life's most daunting questions. With 250 never-before-seen comics, Hi, Just a Quick Question is the follow-up to Beth Evans' wildly popular I Really Didn't Think This Through.

Written in a fun Q&A style format, Beth tackles 50 "How do I" style questions with her endearing, self-effacing humor and keen insight for what we as human beings need most to hear: that we're all just figuring it out and that anyone who says (or posts) otherwise is pretending. A How-to guide from someone who understands many of the day-to-day struggles we can encounter, Hi, Just a Quick Question tackles topics including personal effectiveness, friendship, anxiety, self-care, solitude, and forging our own identities in the world.

Sample questions include: * How do I stop procrastinating?* How do I express my feelings when the words won't come out?* How do I deal with emotional dark pits?* How do I find coping skills that work for me?* How do I make a self-care routine?* How do I keep going forward when everything is hard?* How do I handle people who don't take mental health seriously?* How do I stay positive?* How do I learn to love myself in a way that doesn't feel forced?* How do I know if there's something wrong with me?Hi, Just a Quick Question is the perfect gift for a new graduate, someone you love, or even for yourself.


  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
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  • Category: True stories
  • ISBN: 9780062983671



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