Monday, 13 December 2010

Press Release

December 9th 2010
For Immediate Release

The New Book that Helps Us Face the Challenges of Everyday Life

Nestling amongst the multitude of books currently available is a remarkable new personal self-help book, 54 Simple Truths with Brutal Advice – How to Face the Challenges of Life.
The book is written by author and development consultant Mike Wash of York and offers common sense advice aimed at getting us through the stresses and strains of modern day life. It has already achieved Best Books Award Finalist status in the USA Book News Awards
Whether in business or in our personal life we all have to face stresses, challenges and hurdles, and these can often seem insurmountable. 54 Simple Truths with Brutal Advice shows us how we can effectively deal with the difficult situations of life and most crucially gives the reader hope and the confidence to make the right choices that will help them become who they want to be.

54 Simple Truths with Brutal Advice is full of heart-warming stories, insightful facts and recommendations to help us enjoy happier and healthier lives. The book tackles just about every conceivable challenge we might come across and offers sound advice plus the techniques and practices of how to effectively sort things out. Dealing with key issues such as depression, sadness, anxiety, addiction, bereavement, stress at work, love, illness and leadership to name a few, the book provides unbiased common sense advice that is often not available from friends or family.

Author Mike Wash is a former psychiatric nurse and is now one of the UK's most sought after personal development coaches, helping both individuals and corporate clients to achieve their goals. He has through long experience developed a great understanding of human nature and this is very evident in the book.

The book has received much acclaim from individuals who have read it as well as industry professionals. One reviewer discovered the book whilst going through a difficult time and found it so helpful that she gave up on her therapist! Others go as far as saying that the book could even save your life!

Susan Quillan, who is an author of 21 books on relationship psychology and a national press journalist and broadcaster says “This is a book that doesn't pull its punches, which speaks honestly and directly about the challenges of life, offering advice from the author's own experience and the world's wisdom. Dip into this book when you need to face up to harsh realities, when you need to hear a wise and friendly voice, when you need reminding that you are valuable and worthwhile.”

54 Simple Truths with Brutal Advice is relevant to us all, whatever our age, and its advice will be of use to the whole family. Indeed a number of schools have shown interest and many teenagers have read and praised this book as it has helped them to cope with the many problems they face.

To coincide with the launch of 54 Simple Truths with Brutal Advice the publisher is also offering free professional advice via its newly launched self help interactive forum. Details can be found available at Here people can pick up some worthwhile hints, tips and insights that will help them in their personal or work life. There are already a number of interesting themes on the forum ranging from why we don't always say what we feel to why we can't love everyone. Once registered you can contribute and respond to any discussion thread, or start one of your own.

54 Simple Truths with Brutal Advice by Mike Wash is available directly from the publishers website at and costs £7.95 + £2.32 p&p. Visitors to the website can also find further information on the author and other useful self-help publications he has written.

Mike Wash is available for interviews.

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