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Trapeze Pop Psychology HB February £12.99 192pp 978 1 409 17626 8 eBook: £12.99 / 978 1 409 17627 5

Catherine Price will do for your mobile phone addiction what Marie Kondo did for your sock drawer.

CATHERINE PRICE How to Break Up With Your Phone

The 30-day plan to break your phone addiction and take back your life.

Is your phone the first thing you reach for when you wake up? And the last thing you see before you sleep? Do the hours slip away as you idly scroll on social media?

In short, are you addicted to your phone? If so, How to Break Up with Your Phone is here to help.

How to Break Up With Your Phone is a smart, irreverent guide packed full of useful tips and advice to help people break their phone addiction and to decide how they actually want to be spending their precious time. Rather than encouraging us to get rid of our phones forever, this book aims to help us cultivate a new, healthy and more mindful relationship with our screens.

Drawing on research into addiction, habits and neuroplasicity, Catherine Price presents a concrete action plan for breaking your phone addiction and taking back your life – in just 30 days.

Catherine Price is an author, science journalist, and graduate of Yale and Berkeley Universities. She is the winner of the Gobind Behari Lal Prize for science writing and her articles and essays have appeared in Best American Science Writing, New York TImes and Popular Science among others. She has successfully conquered her own mobile phone addiction and leads a fulfilled life with her family in Philadelphia.

Trapeze Non-fiction • February 2018


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