Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety

Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety

Maureen ?Marzi? Wilson?the popular Instagram cartoonist behind Introvert Doodles?is back with a brand-new collection of hilarious, relatable, and heartwarming doodles about anxiety that show you that you are not alone. If you struggle with anxiety, you may feel like it?s you against the world all the time. Sometimes, your anxiety can be too much to handle all at once?would Maureen ?Marzi? Wilson?the popular Instagram cartoonist behind Introvert Doodles?is back with a b...

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Title:Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety
Author:Maureen Marzi Wilson
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1507209185
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety Reviews

  • Jenny
    Jan 02, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

  • Bookworm
    Feb 10, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

  • Jamie
    Apr 19, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

  • Kelly Long
    Jan 05, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

  • Books Pastelitos
    Jan 02, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

  • Rebecca Ann
    Mar 18, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

  • Sarah Carr
    Jan 05, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

  • Christine Hopkins
    Feb 19, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

  • Courtney
    Jan 10, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

  • Jeanne
    Mar 29, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

  • Rachel
    Jan 12, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

    I enjoyed this book and found it very relatable, easy to understand, and very accurate. I would recommend it as a great resource for parents who have children (at least over 8 years old) who are struggling with anxiety or are struggling to understand it. It's also the perfect book for ...

    It was alright. It didn't really help with anything I'm going through, or have been dealing with a majority of my life. But it did connect in spots in a "Oh yeah, I'm like that too" way. It's just a book filled with cartoons of relatable anxiety-based situations, so don't get it thinki...

    Best Book Purchase Ever This book is officially my new happy/safe space. I?ve followed Marzi for a while on Facebook, so this was essentially a meeting of two of my favorite mediums for escaping a world of non-anxiety-having extroverts: social media and books. If you have anxiety ...

    this book feels like a hug and cup of hot cocoa all wrapped up together. i didn't realize exactly how alone i felt until i realized that there are people that understand (or try to) what i struggle with on a daily basis. this is just such an important book and i love it a lot. ...

    I have never found a book that helped so much with my anxiety. I has tons of helpful advice and doodles that have shown me exactly what I have been trying to articulate to people, now I can just show them what I am feeling. I love this book! ...

  • Haley Allison
    Jan 01, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

    I enjoyed this book and found it very relatable, easy to understand, and very accurate. I would recommend it as a great resource for parents who have children (at least over 8 years old) who are struggling with anxiety or are struggling to understand it. It's also the perfect book for ...

    It was alright. It didn't really help with anything I'm going through, or have been dealing with a majority of my life. But it did connect in spots in a "Oh yeah, I'm like that too" way. It's just a book filled with cartoons of relatable anxiety-based situations, so don't get it thinki...

    Best Book Purchase Ever This book is officially my new happy/safe space. I?ve followed Marzi for a while on Facebook, so this was essentially a meeting of two of my favorite mediums for escaping a world of non-anxiety-having extroverts: social media and books. If you have anxiety ...

  • Nathan Mayer
    Mar 23, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

    I enjoyed this book and found it very relatable, easy to understand, and very accurate. I would recommend it as a great resource for parents who have children (at least over 8 years old) who are struggling with anxiety or are struggling to understand it. It's also the perfect book for ...

    It was alright. It didn't really help with anything I'm going through, or have been dealing with a majority of my life. But it did connect in spots in a "Oh yeah, I'm like that too" way. It's just a book filled with cartoons of relatable anxiety-based situations, so don't get it thinki...

  • Jessie Bond
    Feb 07, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

  • CompletelyBooked
    Feb 14, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

  • Savanna
    Mar 29, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

  • Lori
    Jan 03, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

  • Rod Brown
    Mar 07, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

  • Anne
    Jan 24, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

  • Becca
    Feb 08, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

  • Megan Johnston
    Apr 25, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

  • Andrea
    Feb 27, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

  • Laina
    Feb 27, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

    I enjoyed this book and found it very relatable, easy to understand, and very accurate. I would recommend it as a great resource for parents who have children (at least over 8 years old) who are struggling with anxiety or are struggling to understand it. It's also the perfect book for ...

  • Sandrak
    Jan 01, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

    I enjoyed this book and found it very relatable, easy to understand, and very accurate. I would recommend it as a great resource for parents who have children (at least over 8 years old) who are struggling with anxiety or are struggling to understand it. It's also the perfect book for ...

    It was alright. It didn't really help with anything I'm going through, or have been dealing with a majority of my life. But it did connect in spots in a "Oh yeah, I'm like that too" way. It's just a book filled with cartoons of relatable anxiety-based situations, so don't get it thinki...

    Best Book Purchase Ever This book is officially my new happy/safe space. I?ve followed Marzi for a while on Facebook, so this was essentially a meeting of two of my favorite mediums for escaping a world of non-anxiety-having extroverts: social media and books. If you have anxiety ...

    this book feels like a hug and cup of hot cocoa all wrapped up together. i didn't realize exactly how alone i felt until i realized that there are people that understand (or try to) what i struggle with on a daily basis. this is just such an important book and i love it a lot. ...

    I have never found a book that helped so much with my anxiety. I has tons of helpful advice and doodles that have shown me exactly what I have been trying to articulate to people, now I can just show them what I am feeling. I love this book! ...

    A sweet little book about living with anxiety. I read it in an hour on my commute home, so it's easy to flick through. Will definitely be picking it up again the time I feel anxious for a bit of support. ...

    Just what I needed I bookmarked several pages (at least I _think_ they were marked), but besides going to those ?me? or ?good for me? pages, I know I?ll read this in its entirety again and again. Thanks, Marzi, for creating this book. ...

  • Sadie Fernandez
    Jan 27, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

    I enjoyed this book and found it very relatable, easy to understand, and very accurate. I would recommend it as a great resource for parents who have children (at least over 8 years old) who are struggling with anxiety or are struggling to understand it. It's also the perfect book for ...

    It was alright. It didn't really help with anything I'm going through, or have been dealing with a majority of my life. But it did connect in spots in a "Oh yeah, I'm like that too" way. It's just a book filled with cartoons of relatable anxiety-based situations, so don't get it thinki...

    Best Book Purchase Ever This book is officially my new happy/safe space. I?ve followed Marzi for a while on Facebook, so this was essentially a meeting of two of my favorite mediums for escaping a world of non-anxiety-having extroverts: social media and books. If you have anxiety ...

    this book feels like a hug and cup of hot cocoa all wrapped up together. i didn't realize exactly how alone i felt until i realized that there are people that understand (or try to) what i struggle with on a daily basis. this is just such an important book and i love it a lot. ...

  • Dawn
    Mar 20, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

    I enjoyed this book and found it very relatable, easy to understand, and very accurate. I would recommend it as a great resource for parents who have children (at least over 8 years old) who are struggling with anxiety or are struggling to understand it. It's also the perfect book for ...

    It was alright. It didn't really help with anything I'm going through, or have been dealing with a majority of my life. But it did connect in spots in a "Oh yeah, I'm like that too" way. It's just a book filled with cartoons of relatable anxiety-based situations, so don't get it thinki...

    Best Book Purchase Ever This book is officially my new happy/safe space. I?ve followed Marzi for a while on Facebook, so this was essentially a meeting of two of my favorite mediums for escaping a world of non-anxiety-having extroverts: social media and books. If you have anxiety ...

    this book feels like a hug and cup of hot cocoa all wrapped up together. i didn't realize exactly how alone i felt until i realized that there are people that understand (or try to) what i struggle with on a daily basis. this is just such an important book and i love it a lot. ...

    I have never found a book that helped so much with my anxiety. I has tons of helpful advice and doodles that have shown me exactly what I have been trying to articulate to people, now I can just show them what I am feeling. I love this book! ...

    A sweet little book about living with anxiety. I read it in an hour on my commute home, so it's easy to flick through. Will definitely be picking it up again the time I feel anxious for a bit of support. ...

  • Misti
    Feb 27, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

  • April
    Apr 13, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

  • Stefania
    Jan 31, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...

    This book is humorous and relatable to people who suffer from anxiety. I recommend this book for people who suffer from anxiety and those who want to understand what it's like to have it. It's good that the author shows her audience that dealing with anxiety is not an instant cure and ...

  • Candice Pulkowski
    Mar 02, 2019

    All the stars for this great book! Being an introvert with anxiety, I can relate to most of Marzi's illustrations. Loved the doodles and laughs. It's nice to know I'm not alone with these thoughts. ...

    This book is important. If you suffer from anxiety, this is the perfect book to help you feel like you're not alone. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this is the perfect book to illustrate how to begin to understand and support those people. ...

    Very amusing and relatable, even if my level of anxiety comes nowhere close to the author's. The art and writing of the cartoons are so charming that I didn't even mind the inspirational chapter at the end despite usually avoiding the self-help section. ...

    What a fun little book. Charming, relatable and laugh out loud funny. Not anxiety inducing at all. Usually books about anxiety give me anxiety and I can't read them. ...

    This was so comforting to me. I think I'll return to this in times when I feel alone in my anxiety. Thank you, Marzi! ...

    I follow the author on Instagram and definitely relate to her. I bought her book to not only remind myself it's okay to have anxiety but to help with friends with some comedic relief when they're struggling. There is even a part about being a friend to someone with anxiety. I found it ...

    While I could certainly relate to this book, it was kind of too much of a good thing. I liked Introvert Doodles: An Illustrated Collection of Life's Awkward Moments better overall for some reason. ...

    A cartoonist looks at life from the perspective of an anxious introvert. I thought I would love this more than I did, but I discovered that reading about anxiety makes me feel more anxious. Still, YMMV, so if you enjoy this sort of book and the drawing style appeals to you, give it ...

    Been there done that. Glad to see my feelings and thoughts in a comic form. ...

    It?s good to know that I?m not the only one who had to practice their meal order at a restaurant 10 times before the waiter came over!! ...

    Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ? Hi yes if all my loved ones could please read this that'd be swell THANKS ?? ...more ...

    Really relatable ...

    the one thing I have EVER been confident in is my ability to destroy at anxiety bingo ...

    This book was exactly what I needed to read. She captures the feelings of anxiety perfectly, and it was great to read about another person with both generalized anxiety and social anxiety. Makes me feel less alone in my problems, and I related to a lot of what she said without feeling ...

    Wow! It's only 5 days into 2019 and I can already confirm that this will be on my Favorite Books of 2019 list! Marzi's book made me feel understood and seen and I alternated between laughing and crying at the cartoons. They are great to share with other people, so I can use them as a w...

    More reviews and book-ish content @ Club Book Mobile & Andrea RBK Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life with Anxiety by Maureen "Marzi" Wilson (who is on IG as @introvertdoodles) was the realest of real looks at anxiety told through comics. As someone who knows the anxious...

    You might know "Marzi" from Instagram, Facebook, etc. as another illustrator who has illustrated her experiences with introversion, anxiety, etc. She already has a book 'Introvert Doodles' and now has a book looking more at anxiety specifically. It's been awhile since I've read her ...

    I loved it! I?ve been following Marzi on Instagram for a while and I love her comics. She is so open and honest about her struggles with anxiety, but also finds the humor while bringing positivity and hope. Mental health issues are near to my heart, so I appreciate how brave she is i...

    I?ve been following Marzi (or is it Maureen... IDK now!!) on Instagram for a while and her little comics always bring a smile to my face. I loved the Introvert?s Activity Book and knew this one was also going to be a hit for me! There were a few pages/comics that really hit the...

    Hello adorable and tiny book about kind of coping with high anxiety, I think I love you. This book understands me on so many levels, even though my anxiety is not as severe as the author's. It even helped me understand why I occasionally hide under my desk on lunch breaks to read. I lo...

    Have to give it five stars since pages of this were ripped directly out of my own brain. I kept making my boyfriend read pages and sending pictures of pages to my best friend like ?it me? or ?it us.? I should probably buy this and maybe force everyone I know to read it. As a de...

    I have always been a fan of comic books and have struggled with certain anxieties related predominantly to interactions with other people. This is a cute and humorous approach to coping with anxiety. Laughter can sometimes be the best medicine. You are never fully dressed without a smi...