The Inner Fix
Be Stronger, Happier and Braver.
By Persia Lawson, Joey Bradford, and Addictive Daughter
The definitive answer to staying sane and spiritually fit whilst navigating your twenties and beyond, from two life coaches who have been through it all.
THE INNER FIX is a unique and practical step-by-step programme to help you dramatically improve your relationships, feel more confident and satisfied with your work, confront your financial blocks and become the best version of yourself - both inside and out.
With our lives being overrun by social media and celebrity culture, being twenty-something has become pretty complicated. Wanting things we can't afford, finding ourselves stuck in a job we don't enjoy, or still living at home with mum and dad, we reach for things to try to perk us up (sex, booze and drugs) - but eventually, they turn out to be the very things that bring us down.
Having been caught in a cycle of self-destructive behaviour and come out the other side, Persia and Joey - friends, life coaches and founders of Addictive Daughter - colourfully chart their lives from childhood insecurities to adolescent obsessions.
With tools and exercises to work through at your own pace, THE INNER FIX is guaranteed to teach you how to stop worrying and start living.
'I love these two, they are the dream team to help you fall back in love with yourself.' - Madeleine Shaw
'A guide on how to build a happy, purposeful life in uncertain times.' - Stylist
Persia and Joey met while studying acting at Drama Centre London. Having been caught in a cycle of self-destructive behaviour and come out the other side, in 2012 they set up Addictive Daughter - an alternative, positive online community offering honest life advice. Through their humorous, practical & relatable approach, they're determined to remove the stigma of self-help & spirituality and make it accessible to their generation. Persia and Joey reach out to their followers across an expanse of online channels, encouraging them to #GetAddictedToTheGoodStuff. Addictive Daughter has featured in a documentary alongside Russell Brand, as well as in Miss Vogue, Cosmopolitan, The Times and Marie Claire, who described them as "irreverent British gurus". The Inner Fix is their first book.
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19 May 2016
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I love these two, they are the dream team to help you fall back in love with yourself. — Madeleine Shaw, Author, Nutritional Health Coach and Blogger
I found The Inner Fix a joy to read. Revolving around the
personal stories of Persia & Joey, you're taken on an individual
journey which enables you to connect and identify with some
powerful 'inner stuff '. Then, through a series of personal exercises,
you can reach the goal of gaining some inner peace and
understanding. I strongly recommend!
— Sadie Frost
A guide on how to build a happy, purposeful life in uncertain times. — Stylist
This is a superb book, aptly demonstrating the devastating
impace of destructive behaviour but equally the wonderful joys
of the solution on offer. I and the Amy Winehouse Foundation
congratulate Addictive Daughter for all their hard endeavours
and brute honesty in writing this wonderful book.' - Mitch
Winehouse, Co-founder of The Amy Winehouse Foundation
— Mitch Winehouse, The Amy Winehouse Foundation
Every woman should read this book. I couldn't put it down.
This book will change you, from the inside out. It is a fearless,
searingly funny, brutally honest, beautifully profound read for
anyone searching for something more. You may just fi nd it -
and yourself - within these pages.
— Vanessa Kirkby
It's designed for those who feel overwhelmed by modern life, social media and the pressure our lives and careers create. Helpful, easy to read and uplifting. — Psychologies Magazine
The Inner Fix takes you on a remarkable healing process, powerful yet practical... the must-have self-help book for this modern world. — Jody Shield, Motivational Speaker, Intuitive Healer/Meditation Guide and author of LifeTonic
The Inner Fix is equal parts a self-help manual for millennials and an honest memoir of (Persia and Joey's) own quarter-life crises. — The Telegraph
A guide to modern living. — ES Magazine