[Review] Hello Me, It's You by Anonymous, Hannah Todd
By Anonymous, Edited by
Publisher: Hello Me, It's You
Published: October 10th 2016
I would never thought that I actually picked up something that does not involve fictional creatures and romance, and I couldn't be more glad that I did. When I saw this book on Netgalley, I just know that I need to give it a chance. Having to suffer through a (not-so-mild) social anxiety when I was growing up, to the point that I wouldn't dare to talk to anyone that is not my parents, this book allows me to look back at the experience with a smile. The fact that I am doing a lot better now doesn't change the fact that it's always a comfort to know that what you went through before is bad yet completely normal. That you're actually not alone.
Written as a compilation of letters from anonymous subjects to their past selves who was struggling all kinds of mental health problems, Hello Me, It's You is a great uplifting read for those who just crave that support yet not brave enough to ask for it. Or even for those who just wanted to understand and help their loved ones.
I recieved a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review.