The Instant New York Times Bestseller
A practical guide to taking control of your mental health for today, tomorrow, and the days after, from the #1 New York Times bestselling author and beloved entertainer.
‘There’s a moment at the end of every day, where the world falls away and you are left alone with your thoughts. A reckoning, when the things you have been pushing to the background, come forward and demand your attention.’
Written by Daniel Howell, in consultation with a qualified psychologist, in an entertaining and personal way from the perspective of someone who has been through it all—this no-nonsense book gives you the tools to understand your mind so you can be in control and really live. Split into three chapters for each stage of the journey:
This Night - how to get through your toughest moments and be prepared to face anything.
Tomorrow - small steps to change your thoughts and actions with a big impact on your life.
The Days After - help to look after yourself in the long term and not just survive, but thrive.
You will laugh and learn—but most of all, this book will assure you that even in your darkest times, there is always hope.
You will get through this night.
About the Author
Daniel Howell is one of the world’s most popular and celebrated entertainers. For 10 years he has written and produced comedy videos on YouTube that have gained over 1 billion views and millions of followers, along with an award-winning BBC Radio 1 show, No.1 New York Times bestselling books The Amazing Book is Not on Fire and Dan and Phil Go Outside and two stage shows with sellout world tours. Known for his self-deprecating and sarcastic humor, Dan has also spoken about his real struggles with depression and sexuality and it is this mix of entertainment with the profound and deeply personal that has given Dan a devoted following of fans - as well as becoming an activist and ambassador for the Royal Foundation charity Young Minds.
Bold, raw, and powerful, Howell’s book—which also draws from his own experiences—becomes one thread of a narrative about finding hope and healing. It doesn’t ever feel too positive, simplistic, reductive, or one-dimensional. Like his previous books, this one will find a wide audience.
— Library Journal (starred review)
Howell’s stories often feel like the warm hug of a familiar friend who understands that bettering one’s mental health is a marathon, not a sprint. And regardless of whether you’ve been watching his content online for years like me, or if you’ve never even heard of Howell before reading this review, You Will Get Through This Night offers up something for anyone who might be looking to do a bit of self-reflecting on how they can better their minds.