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About Andrea McLean
Andrea McLean is the No 1 Sunday Times bestselling author of This Girl Is On Fire, Confessions of a Good Girl and Confessions of a Menopausal Woman. She is an award-winning TV broadcaster, journalist and radio presenter, and the CEO and co-founder of the female empowerment site thisgirlisonfire.com.
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There's no such thing as a life without fear – we need it to survive. But finding your inner strength comes from learning how to rationalize that fear, tame it and ultimately make it work for you.
Andrea made the courageous leap to leave her successful career as a TV broadcaster to do what fills her soul - and it was terrifying. But she hasn't looked back and now she wants you to understand how your fear is restricting you.
This tried-and-tested 10-day programme will show you how to:
· Unleash your self-belief
· Break the behaviour patterns that are holding you back
· Unlock your courage and use it every day
· Reclaim the power that's been inside you all along
'Read this book! It's so brilliant, it's really going to help you.' Zoe Ball
'Brilliantly practical, down-to-earth guide ... It's like sitting down with a good friend who has the best advice.' Psychologies magazine
The menopause. An emotionally complex issue that can trigger a whole host of physical and mental side effects. So why aren't we talking about it?
This is the book that Andrea McLean wished for as she found herself in uncharted territory, grappling with the physical aftershock of a hysterectomy and the psychological fallout of a difficult menopause. Typically candid, covering all you need to know, including tips and tricks on diet, exercise and even your sex life, Andrea brings her trademark humour and honesty to a very hot topic.
Readers love Confessions of a Menopausal Woman:
'Brilliant read. Warm, funny, inspiring and oh so true.'
'Practical, honest . . . written in Andrea's comfortable, emotive, humorous, around-the-kitchen-table style!'
'Reading this book not only helped me to understand my symptoms but it also helped me to realise that I am not going through this alone.'
Do you ever feel like you're just existing, not truly living? Do you often dwell on how unfair life can be, and how things haven't worked out the way you planned? We've all been there. But it's time to decide what YOU are going to DO about it. No matter what hand you've been dealt, it's in your power to take control and create a life alight with possibility and joy.
After walking away from an abusive relationship, Andrea McLean continued putting on a brave face and pretending that everything was fine - all the while ignoring the psychological fallout of her trauma. Finally, it came time to say 'enough!' It was time to make a change.
In This Girl Is On Fire, Andrea shares her journey to healing, along with universal lessons in overcoming past trauma, breakdown, burnout and more. Even more vitally, she lights the path towards finding what gets our blood pumping, our eyes shining, and makes us get up in the morning - what sets us on fire.
The honest, entertaining and often surprising autobiography of one of our favourite Loose Women.
Loose Women's Andrea McLean is much loved for her bubbly, warm personality. But her life has seen its share of heartache, as well as love and happiness, and now she's finally ready to tell the full story.
She takes us from a childhood spent constantly on the move, leaving her feeling like an outsider, to landing a dream job as a weathergirl on GMTV. She describes the tough lessons she had to learn to survive in TV and her hilarious - and sometimes disastrous - encounters with celebrities as a showbiz reporter.
She reveals how she pushed herself to be the perfect daughter, the perfect wife and mother - so when she had an affair that ended her first marriage, the guilt and self-loathing drove her shockingly close to a breakdown. It was only as she came to see that making a mess of things doesn't mean you are wicked that she was able to forgive herself and find love again with her second husband Steve.
Warm, funny and moving, this honest memoir shows a new side to Andrea - one that women everywhere will understand.