NATASHA HAS AUTHORED AND CONTRIBUTED TO BOOKS ON MENTAL HEALTH, BODY IMAGE AND MORE
Below is a list of books which have been written or contributed to by Natasha and are currently available. In addition, Natasha ghost-writes books for celebrities and scientists, so you may read a book she has written without knowing it!
Fundamentals: A Guide for Teachers & Parents on Mental Health and Self-Esteem
Co-authored by Natasha and Counsellor Lynn Crilly, this book covers everything from practical advice on how to create a high self-esteem environment both at home and at school to the role politics plays in mental health. It eschews the traditional ‘self-help’ format, taking the lead from writers like Bryony Gordon and Caitlin Moran and striving to be both thought provoking and entertaining.
Natasha is sassy, funny and delivers her message with a refreshing dose of kick-ass, no-nonsense honesty
-Rosie Mullender, Features Editor Cosmopolitan Magazine
The Self-Esteem Team’s Guide to Sex, Drugs & WTFs?! with a foreword by Zoella
Tash, Nadz and Grace answer the commonest questions they’ve been asked by teenagers on their travels around the UK, including ‘how do I know if I’m healthy?’, ‘what should I say if I’m worried about a friend?’ and ‘what’s the difference between porn and real sex?’. The big sisters for a generation, SET tackle each topic honestly, kindly and a little swear-ily.
These women tell it like it is….They have no agenda accept the truth….They are also very funny
Body Gossip: Celebrities and the Public Unite to Bring you the Real Story of the Great British Body with a foreword by Gok Wan
Curated by Natasha and actor and social entrepreneur Ruth Rogers over the course of four years, this is a collection of essays, prose and poems dedicated to the body, in all of its weirdness and glory, from birth to old age.
The UK’s most powerful and influential body image campaign
We’re All Mad Here: The No-Nonsense Guide to Living with Social Anxiety with a foreword by Natasha Devon
Written by Claire Eastham on the back of her hugely successful and award-winning blog about coping with social anxiety (www.weareallmadhere.com). This book is peppered with the author’s own experiences as well as sound advice on medication, therapy and surviving social encounters.
Claire’s easy writing style and sharp humour will not only keep you engaged and entertained….but she shares some really useful tips
Curvology: The Origins and Power of Female Body Shape
Written by Dr David Bainbridge, who is a Reproductive Biologist at Cambridge University, this book attempts to untangle the modern obsession with the female body. The book was written in consultation with several experts in the field of body image, including Natasha.
Bainbridge moves with ease between….cultural history as well as natural history, and his wit enlivens every page