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Sleek 60The last four decades have been a rollercoaster in self-care jargon. Type “self-care” into Amazon, and hundreds of books appear with cloying names like You Are a Badass and Women Who Love Too Much. It’s easy to forget in our era of millennial self-care-as-a-badge-of-honour, that in the Seventies, it was a buzzword for the desperate. Despite self-care now being one of the most popular hashtags on Instagram, as a chaotic 2018 looms to a close, the idea of bubble baths or cancelling plans as routes to self-actualisation is beginning to look a little shallow.
In this issue of SLEEK we wanted to explore self-help. But instead of recommending the perfect perfume or the best film to watch for a night on the sofa, we’re casting a side-eye at a worrying cultural phenomenon.
– Photographer and Instagram icon Nadia Lee’s portfolio looking at our contemporary obsession with the self
– “Just Listen” an exploration of the work of human rights investigator and audio artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan
– Man Booker prize longlisted author Sophie Mackintosh’s self-help inspired short story
– An essay on “The Cult of Self-Care” by Kieran Yates