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Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before?


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Dr Julie Smith is a clinical psychologist with over a decade of professional experience. She is also an online educator and content creator with a combined following of more than 7 million. Julie launched her TikTok account to make good-quality mental health resources more accessible; her online posts have amassed more than 20 million likes. She has appeared on ITV's This Morning, Lorraine, Radio 1 Life Hacks, Radio 5 Live, and in The Observer, The Mail on Sunday and The Daily Telegraph, amongst many others.

Julie's first book, Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before?, was the best selling non-fiction title of 2022. Open When... is her much anticipated second book.


Full of sound, helpful advice with life skills, from building confidence to managing stress
*Sunday Times*

The book's great. It's real, it's authentic . . . Very practical and very, very helpful
*Lorraine Kelly*

I'm blown away by her ability to communicate difficult ideas with ease, simplicity and practicality. Amazing. Go and buy it now!
*Jay Shetty*

Such a brilliant book
*Diary of a CEO podcast*

A toolkit of deceptively simple strategies for life's troubles. Everyone could benefit from the wisdom of Dr Smith
*i, 'The Best Non-Fiction Books of 2022'*

This book is a goldmine. I truly treat it like a handbook now

Julie Smith is the psychology teacher you wish you'd had at school
*Evening Standard*

It's so engaging that it's even led me to switch off my phone for several hours so I can read it, and in this social media-obsessed age, I don't think I can give a bigger recommendation than that

Relatable, real and easy to digest, it covers everything from understanding low mood to emotional pain, self-doubt and anxiety as if your wise best friend is chatting to you. An essential mental-health bible for adults and teenagers
*YOU Magazine*

Smart, insightful, and warm. Dr Julie is both the expert and wise friend we all need
*Lori Gottlieb, New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone and co-host of the 'Dear Therapists' podcast*

This book is basically an inside scoop into a therapist's tool kit. Covers so many important topics such as managing anxiety, battling low mood, building self-confidence and learning to forgive yourself. It is no wonder that the author has become an online sensation with all her amazing advice
*Marie Claire*

Now more than ever, people are struggling with their mental health and Dr Julie Smith delivers in a big way in Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before?. Her practical tips and tools are for anyone struggling with anxiety, self-doubt, or depression. Readers will step away from this book feeling more resilient and able to take control of their own lives. If you want to feel like you have a therapist sitting across from you, empowering you with how to be your best self, this book is for you!
*Nicole LePera, New York Times bestselling author of How to Do the Work*

This book is a goldmine. I truly treat it like a handbook now - when I feel an unpleasant feeling brewing or come up against a tricky moment at work or in my relationships, my first thought is to wonder what Smith might suggest

A guide for optimal mental wellbeing that you can dip into whenever you need
*Women's Health*

Wise words and compassionate tone . . . Smith's work is hugely important in bringing applied psychology into the public realm
*The Psychologist*

So much advice on such a wide variety of things: it's brilliant. So helpful
*Katie Piper*

Smith . . . is especially adept at addressing the insecurities afflicting a younger generation raised on social media
*Financial Times*

If you have never read a self-help book before, this is the book to read
*Ireland AM*

Very helpful
*Michael Ball*

Take care of your mental health with these bite-size tips on everything from how to manage anxiety to coping with grief
*Woman & Home*

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