The Art of Showing Up: How to Be There for Yourself and Your People
Rachel Wilkerson Miller (Author)
May 12, 2020
6.0 X 8.0 X 0.9 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author
Rachel Wilkerson Miller is the author of Dot Journaling--A Practical Guide and the deputy editor of VICE Life. Previously, she was a senior lifestyle editor at BuzzFeed for four years. Along with VICE and BuzzFeed, her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Huffington Post, the Hairpin, and SELF, and she's been a guest on NPR, the Today show, and Good Morning America. She lives in Brooklyn.
"Miller has penned a fresh, wise, practical, modern guide for figuring out how to be true to yourself while also meaningfully connected to others. An important contribution to the larger, complicated project of solving loneliness."--Priya Parker, author of The Art of Gathering "Journalist Rachel Wilkerson Miller gives great advice about being honest when people ask how you're doing, plus a detailed guide to how to show up for people in small and large ways."--NPR Life Kit "An easy, entertaining guide to adult friendships. . . . [Miller's] charismatic voice will appeal to any reader of self-help. Those looking for help braving the social unknown will want to take a look."--Publishers Weekly "Rachel's advice is smart, straightforward, and empathetic. The Art of Showing Up offers a roadmap to becoming a better friend and happier person. Read this book!"--Alison Green, author of Ask a Manager "This is an incredibly practical book full of easy, yet meaningful, ways to develop more friendship and love in your life. Through steps that anyone can do, Rachel helps us find the support that we all crave in our lives and leaves us feeling ever more hopeful!"--Shasta Nelson, author of Frientimacy "Rachel Wilkerson Miller has given us a toolbox for strengthening our relationships with one another and with ourselves. This book is the resource that twenty-, thirty-, and fortysomethings were missing--and that we didn't know we absolutely needed."--Caroline Moss, coauthor of Hey Ladies! and host of Gee Thanks, Just Bought It!