Navigating Loneliness is a highly practical mental health handbook, filled with simple guided exercises and helpful resources to help people navigate their way out of loneliness, create quality new connections and ensure existing relationships are the best they can be. It also provides ways to help people to connect better with themselves in solitude so they may enjoy and value their own company and make the most of time alone to boost their mental wellbeing.
Hampshire author, Positive Psychology Practitioner and Ambassador of Wellbeing, Cheryl Rickman, introduces her new book, Navigating Loneliness: How to connect with yourself and others on Wednesday 26th May at 7pm.
The book, which is published the following day on 27th May, has a foreword by Terry Waite CBE (who as a hostage endured the extraordinary hardship of five years in solitary confinement) and Terry will be joining online as a Special Guest.
At this virtual book launch, Cheryl will read from the book, take the audience through a couple of exercises on self-connection and connecting better with others, and share some ideas on activities to boost wellbeing, followed by an opportunity to ask questions. Participants will be invited to join a private Facebook group, where they can connect and support each other after the event, should they wish to.
Cheryl Rickman was born in Southampton and grew up in Fair Oak, before moving to Chandlers Ford, Hursley and now Stockbridge.
She has written and ghost-written 25 books over the past 16 years and qualified as a Positive Psychology Practitioner in 2016. She splits her time between writing books to help people fret less and flourish more, spending time in nature and reading voraciously. She is also an Ambassador of Wellbeing for the Network for Wellbeing and blogs about tools to help manage mental health.
Tickets to the virtual online book launch can be booked here: https://www.pgwells.co.uk/cheryl-rickman-book-launch/
Tickets to online event on Zoom free when buying a signed copy of Navigating Loneliness for a special price of £7.99* (RRP £9.99) from P&G Wells Booksellers, or £1.50 without the book (to cover administration costs). If you do later decide to buy the book from P&G Wells, the admin charge will be deducted when using the code provided in your order email (valid until 30/06/21).