I Believe in Me

by Cheng Chi Sing (Author)
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Learn about self-love and self-care with Soolooka and this collection of illustrations and comics to cheer you up when life has you down.

No one is all darkness or all light. But sometimes it can feel like we’re walking with a dark cloud over our heads. So, how can we find a spark of joy? Follow author Soolooka through 150 hopeful illustrations to help you overcome bad days and negative thoughts.

Featuring old and new comics from Reiki master and Instagram illustrator Cheng Chi Sing (a.k.a Soolooka), this short and sweet guidebook is here to help you find joy when you are feeling lonely or anxious. Self-help manuals are often overwhelming and intimidating for someone who just needs a boost during stress. This friendly companion helps you cheer up with quick tips and easy exercises that encourage positive thinking. Beloved Soolooka characters help you:
  • Recognize the spectrum of your emotions, because it’s okay to not be okay
  • See a different perspective of the same situation, along with new solutions
  • Take that small, first step into a healthier frame of mind

Great for readers of How to Be Happy (Or at Least Less Sad), You Can Do All Things, or Hyperbole and a Half

Praise for I Believe in Me

“An honest and encouraging companion for anyone seeking inspiration on the journey to self-love.” —Tori Press, author of I Am Definitely, Probably Enough (I Think)

“Soolooka’s drawings are the highlight of my Instagram feed. Her insightful drawings are full of empathy and compassion and capture what it is to be human. Her beautiful pictures and the messages in them fill me with joy. I am sure they will bring happiness to your world too and leave you with a warm feeling inside. This book will be one I return to again and again.” —Dr. Emma Hepburn, author of A Toolkit for Modern Life: 30 Ways to Look After Your Mind

“Soolooka’s work sparks a joy in you you didn’t even know how much you needed. She ignites that light through the magic of her art.” —Prudence Geerts, author and illustrator of Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism

Publication date
June 02, 2021
Page count
Paper ISBN
File size
29 MB