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Beyond Frazzled – with Ruby Wax

Join Action for Happiness for a special event with entertainer and mental health advocate Ruby Wax on how we can find possibility and positivity in 2021.

About this Event

2020 was a truly challenging year. How can we start the new year with a sense of positivity and hope?

At this event, Ruby Wax OBE will share “green shoots” of hope emerging in our society. Drawing on insights from her inspiring new book “And Now for the Good News…”, Ruby will explore reasons we have to be optimistic about what the future holds – and how we can find hope, even during these uncertain times.

Ruby will also share her thoughts on the importance of mindfulness, mental health and her ground-breaking network of Frazzled cafes, which are providing much-needed support for people in local communities and now via online meetings too.

“We’re all in need of as much good news as we can get! Ruby can always be guaranteed to lift your spirits” ~ Annie Lennox

The event will take place on Zoom at 7pm. Link to eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beyond-frazzled-with-ruby-wax-tickets-132065478401

About The Speaker

Ruby Wax is one of Britain’s best-loved comedians, writers, and mental health campaigners and has spent three decades working on stage, television and radio. She has done a huge amount to raise awareness of mental illness and help end the stigma associated with depression. She has spoken openly about her own battles with depression and is an ambassador for the Time to Change campaign.

Ruby is best-selling author of Sane New WorldA Mindfulness Guide for the FrazzledHow To Be Human and And Now For The Good News.

The event will be hosted by Dr Mark Williamson from Action for Happiness.

You can book a place by clicking here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beyond-frazzled-with-ruby-wax-tickets-132065478401

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