It's all absolutely fine : life is complicated so I've drawn it instead / Ruby Elliot.Material type: BookPublisher: Kansas City, Missouri : Andrews McMeel Publishing, Copyright date: �2017Description: 254 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 144948042X; 9781449480424.Other title: It is all absolutely fine.Subject(s): Mental illness -- Social aspects -- Comic books, strips, etc | Mentally ill -- Public opinion -- Comic books, strips, etc | Stigma (Social psychology) -- Comic books, strips, etc | Mental illness -- Social aspects | Mentally ill -- Public opinion | Stigma (Social psychology) | HUMOR / Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons | HUMOR / Form / EssaysGenre/Form: Comics (Graphic works) | Nonfiction comics. | Comics (Graphic works) -- Great Britain. | Comic books, strips, etc. | Comics (Graphic works) | Nonfiction comics.DDC classification: 362.2092 Other classification: HUM001000 | HUM003000
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Explore the highs and lows of modern life through the sharp, dark wit of Ruby Elliot--creator of the massively popular Tumblr account, Rubyetc, which has over 210k followers and growing. Ruby's simple drawings of not-so-simple issues capture the humor and melancholy of everyday life. Her comics appeal to both new adults who are beginning to explore these subjects and to battle-tested veterans of the daily struggles of life with mental illness.
It's a beautiful day for don't -- Excuse me while I ruin everything accidentally on purpose -- So, how are you feeling today? -- Lost: sense of self -- I've got a lot on my plate -- Ah, face, we meet again -- I'm an adult I'm a groan-up -- We're all absolutely fine.
Elliot shares insights into her life and the terrible and strange and hilarious things life can do to a person struggling with mental illness. Combining short introspective essays with simple drawings of not-so-simple issues, she captures the humor and melancholy of everyday life. From mood disorders, anxiety, and issues with body image through to existential conversations, her thoughts are inspirational, empowering, and entertaining.