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Notes on a Nervous Planet

Advancements that have created the world we now live in can actually hinder our happiness Haig examines everything from broader phenomena like ineuality social media and the news; to things closer to our daily lives like how we sleep how we exercise and even the distinction we draw between our minds and our bodie. A book about depression panic attacks and how to deal with them Or at least get better at itObviously it s about a lot subjects but Matt Haig give us some advice on how to cope with the present lifestyle and how to accept yourself and the world we currently live

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Ig developed panic disorder anxiety and depression as an adult it took him a long time to work out the ways the external world could impact his mental health in both positive and negative ways Notes on a Nervous Planet collects his observations taking a look at how the various social commercial and technological. This book gave me so much to contemplate

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A follow up to Matt Haig's internationally bestselling memoir Reasons to Stay Alive a broader look at how modern life feeds our anxiety and how to live a better lifeThe societies we live in are increasingly making our minds ill making it feel as though the way we live is engineered to make us unhappy When Matt Ha. As much as I respect and appreciate Matt Haig I cannot give than 2 stars to this book First of all it s very messy and although he even mentions in the book that he deliberately wanted to write a messy book it actually feels like a bunch of blog posts cluttered together in a book without much structure and flow to it especially since he repeats himself numerous times throughout it I just couldn t help thinking I was reading a bunch of shallow self help articles full of truisms and of dramatic short sentences that didn t go into enough detail in order to be interesting or helpful Plus the exaggerated amount of enumerations became irritating after a while I appreciate the intention of writing a book to help people navigate through modern times easier but putting together a lot of statistics uotes and general findings from different other authors without mentioning the exact sources in the footnotes another big flaw just makes the book feel like a pseudo scientific bunch of random facts I m really sorry Matt this was not your best I think

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Notes on a Nervous Planet
  • Matt Haig
  • English
  • 14 December 2017
  • 9780143133421

About the Author: Matt Haig

Matt Haig was born in Sheffield England in1975 He writes books for both adults and children often blending the worlds of domestic reality and outright fantasy with a uirky twist His bestselling novels are translated into 28 languages The Guardian has described his writing as 'delightfully weird' and the New York Times has called him 'a novelist of great talent' whose writing is 'funny rive



10 thoughts on “Notes on a Nervous Planet

  1. says:

    I'm not really going to review this properly I bought it and read it just for me really There's nothing much I can say that I haven't said before about this author's writing and sometimes you just want to read a book to kick start your soul aga

  2. says:

    ”The paradox of modern life is this we have never been connected and we have never been alone” Another gem from one of my favourite writers which makes me realise why I love reading his books so much Matt Haig

  3. says:

    As much as I respect and appreciate Matt Haig I cannot give than 2 stars to this book First of all it's very messy and although he even mentions in the book that he deliberately wanted to write a messy book it actually feels like a b

  4. says:

    ”How can we live in a mad world without ourselves going mad?Matt Haig has such a way with worlds and he is so good at being able to explain the reasons people might feel anxiety and depression in the world we are living in today This read couldn’t come at a perfect time for me because the world is unimaginably horrific these days and I really needed this I enjoyed this one even than Reasons to Stay Alive and I just really love

  5. says:

    A truly timely and important book that everyone living on this nervous planet should read Matt's honest and personal experiences shine through on every page and his writing is like a cup of tea and a warm blanket

  6. says:

    This book gave me so much to contemplate

  7. says:

    I feel like I could write a Twitter bot that would generate this entire book If you're the type of person who needs someone to tell you It will be okay a thousand different ways then this is the book for you I like Matt Haig also suffer from anxiety But being told it will be okay only adds to my anxiety I was hoping for a tool or an escape but did not find it here I'm glad Mr Haig has found a profitable way t

  8. says:

    Thanks to Penguin for a free review copy I read Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig during my 2017 relapse and I devoured it I absolutely love Haig’s writing style and the way he weaves anecdote into advice and how closely our experiences relate I especially like how in this book he talks about how social media and technology can exacerbate anxiety which is certainly true for me as wellI was initially fearful that this book wou

  9. says:

    A book about depression panic attacks and how to deal with them Or at least get better at itObviously it's about

  10. says:

    This was my first encounter with the work of Matt Haig and I can see why he's become so popular In his latest book Matt shares his observations about today's 'nervous planet' we live on overloaded with technology and social media con

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