Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life: A Guide for Anxious Humans

Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life: A Guide for Anxious Humans

Neil Hughes

do you need to consider much less worried, be extra peaceable, and snort - a lot?

Occasional comic and full-time worrier Neil Hughes is not the form of individual you'll anticipate to put in writing a priceless book.

He's an idiot.

Or, at the very least, so his internal Critic is continually telling him. No ask yourself he is anxious!

But by some means, in the course of his frightened bumbling via existence, he discovered to reside with anxiousness and to regulate the unhelpful psychological behavior he'd picked up alongside the way.

Oh... and he came across the that means of lifestyles, too.

Now he is sharing hilarious real-life tales, creative delusion fiction and badly-drawn graphs that will help you to be much less nervous and extra happy.

In this compelling, remarkable and pleasant consultant to existence for people, Neil explores the roots of hysteria and the way to (gently) uproot them, all whereas fighting the aggravating interruptions from his uncertain internal Critic.

Then - after dealing with love, crises, relationships, objective, and contentment - he even makes time to contemplate how we will be able to remedy loss of life and the which means of lifestyles itself.

Whether you're pitying Neil's hapless makes an attempt to navigate the true international, or becoming a member of him on imaginary adventures to outer house or magical outlets, you will find deep insights into nervousness, new innovations to reside extra fortunately, and lots of laughs alongside the way.

And, by some means, it seems every thing may be defined utilizing custard...


"It's no longer undesirable, i assume" - Neil's Mum

"Neil has a satisfying use of commas" - Anonymous

"it is a e-book" - Isla McLoughlin, elderly 2-and-a-half


"To in simple terms name it a self-help booklet will be an entire disservice to the writer. half biography, half consultant, and half Brother's Grimm Fairy stories of the Strange... if simply I had learn this transforming into up then i'd no longer have felt so alone." - Claire Eastham, weallmadhere.com

"A courageous publication and a noble one simply because, particularly, what larger factor can someone do with their very own agony than to exploit it to attempt and support others. it is on my read-this-again shelf." - Nathan Filer, writer of The surprise of the Fall

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