Eva Millet Malagarriga (Barcelona, 1968) is a journalist and writer. She has worked for The Guardian and BBC radio in London as well as for some of the main newspapers and magazines in Spain, such as La Vanguardia, National Geographic Traveller and Historia y Vida.
She is the author of two successful essays on parenting: Hiperpaternidad — del modelo mueble al modelo altar and Hiperniños — hijos perfectos o hipohijos (Plataforma) that popularized the concept of hyper-parenting in Spain and Latin America. In 2018 she won the Boolino prize for children’s literature with her first novel: La última sirena, published by BdBlok (Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial).
In the proper way, anxiety is both good and necessary. But when it surpasses the bearable limi...