Help! I'm Addicted

A Trans Girl's Self-Discovery and Recovery

'Invaluable' SUNDAY TIMES
'Beautifully written, utterly relatable' JUNO ROCHE
'An act of love' PLANNINGTOROCK

My name is Rhyannon, and I'm an addict.

In 2012, Rhyannon Styles began her gender transition, and attended her first 12-Step meeting - beginning two journeys which changed the course of her life.

Using her personal narrative as a springboard for exploring addiction, recovery and LGBTQ+ mental health, Rhyannon writes with searing honesty about the complexity of her experiences. The book spans a range of addictions including alcohol, food, sex and relationships, the internet and narcotics, and highlights the ways in which addiction and the transition process can overlap.

A first-of-its kind narrative, and a powerful account of recovery, this book offers advice, hope and support for those struggling with addiction in its many forms.
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Charlie Craggs, author of To My Trans Sisters

Rhyannon's first book helped me so much and I know this book will help even more people.

Juno Roche, writer and campaigner

Beautifully written, utterly relatable and hugely readable from the get-go.


An act of love for the LGBTQIA+ community

Laura Pullman

The Sunday Times

Styles provides a brave insight into the psychological toll and knock-on behaviours that can come with changing gender and being stigmatised by society. The memoir serves an important account of the myriad challenges that transgender people often battle in a bid for self-worth, acceptance and love. For some in the trans community it could be invaluable.

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