Singing in the Rain

An Inspirational Workbook

by Rachel Kelly

Thinking often makes us sad but doing rarely does. This book is about action: it is full of inventive and accessible activities, one for each week of the year, to help you rediscover your creativity and, little by little, build a new sense of purpose.

With delightful illustrations, easy-to-follow exercises and puzzles, Singing in the Rain  has something for everyone – from how to deal with difficult conversations to writing a letter to someone you love. This workbook is made of sturdy stuff. It can take whatever you throw at it or write in it, and it will still be here for you, without judgement.

Rachel Kelly has based her exercises on numerous psychological studies as well as feedback from hundreds of people in the world of mental health. Her motto is small things lead to big change. Follow her practical steps for finding your voice and expanding your range, and you’ll soon find yourself hitting the higher notes of life.

“I absolutely love this book. Rachel Kelly is an alchemist for the spirit. I found it incredibly helpful to work through the activities, 1 for each week of the year and I know others will find it extremely useful.”
Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of Buckingham University and co-founder of Action for Happiness
“This book is absolutely wonderful.”
Dr Carmine Pariante (FRCPsych), Professor of Biological Psychiatry at Kings College London

About Rachel Kelly

Rachel Kelly began her career as a journalist and spent ten years on the Times. She is the author of Black Rainbow: How words healed me - my journey through depression (Hodder & Stoughton, 2014). Rachel now runs workshops on how to achieve good mental health and is an ambassador for SANE and a vice president of United Response.