TW: suicide, abusive relationships, depersonalization, anxiety, depression Ordered this book online and received it promptly in perfect condition! Thank you Target! I haven't finished reading the book, however, I've progressed through enough of it to say that it's a lovely lil' book in which dodie unashamedly explores the difficulties she's faced in her life. There are mentions of some rather dark topics (see TW), but as someone who has gone through my own struggles, the way in which dodie approached these topics felt realistic and appropriately blunt in some sense. She does not glamorize her struggles, and it's honestly quite difficult to read certain chapters. Dodie also provides little tidbits of advice (to follow on your own accord of course) and I've bookmarked passages I find particularly helpful if I'm going through a rough time. Overall, it's a lovely book with a lovely author. There are cute lil' pictures, original drawings, and song lyrics (which I occasionally read while listening to the song on youtube). It's written how a 22 year old would speak, very casual and honest and real. If you're looking for a young person going through the pains of growing up and occasionally facing the very real difficulties that come with having poor mental health, this is the book for you.