I know that I’ve been extremely quiet on the blog this month and that’s mainly down to working hard on my brand new ebook (yippeee) and trying to get it completed but also because I’ve been super tired with my pregnancy. Being pregnant with twins is hard guys, I’m literally made of 90% heartburn as I type this right now and I’m doing it from the comfort of my bed because I feel all sorts of crap. I’m halfway there now and it will all be worth it when they get here 🙂
But back to the ebook; I really wanted to create an ebook that wasn’t just an explanation of social anxiety or an account of living with social anxiety but an ebook with actionable content to help people overcome social anxiety, so that’s exactly what I’ve done.
Social Anxiety To Social Success combines real life advice, worksheets (that are actually FUN to fill out) and some relatable anecdotes from yours truly.
It’s full of real talk and encouragement and I’ve made the steps as simple as I can because I hate things that are overcomplicated and I’m sure you feel the same.
Here’s a little peek:
Yes, there’s even a bonus mini guide on how to have conversations because I know they can be the hardest of all when you’re dealing with social anxiety.
Here’s what Fiona from Fiona Likes To Blog had to say about Social Anxiety To Social Success:
“I’ve just read through Kelly’s book Social Anxiety to Social Success and I was blown away. Kelly talks openly and honestly about her own struggles with anxiety and manages to give well thought out, structured advice which comes from her own experience. Getting advice from someone who knows exactly how I feel is so comforting because often therapists and doctors don’t understand how hard it can be live with social anxiety.
I’ve been writing about anxiety for years, and even I learned new things about myself form her book. I noticed things I’ve been doing without even realising, but now I’ve got the knowledge to correct those behaviours thanks to Kelly.
I thought I was the only one who hated answering the phone and talking to strangers, but Kelly offers worksheets and a plan to help gradually work towards doing these things at my own pace.
Hands down my favourite bonus is the list of conversations starters, including examples of how to deal with awkward silences and how to leave a conversation. If you have social anxiety you NEED to read this book!”
Click here if you’d like to grab yourself a copy. There’s a 50% discount until the end of August, so be quick if you’d like to snag it for half price.