Healing Is Difficult is the second album by Australian recording artist Sia Furler, released in the United Kingdom on July 9, 2001 and in America on May 28, 2002. In the UK the album's first single "Taken for Granted" was released in June 2000 and peaked at #10 on the UK Singles Chart. A low budget music video was made for around $50. The follow-up "Little Man" just failed to chart on the UK Top 75 at #85, even though it received a two-step garage remix which was popular at the time. A third single "Drink to Get Drunk" was planned, however only the "Different Gear" Remix received a limited release across Europe, promoted as "Different Gear vs. Sia". Its peak position was #91 in the UK, In October 2001 the single reached #85 on the Netherlands Top 100. It also received some minor success in Belgium, just missing the Top 50. It was popular in nightclubs in the United Kingdom. The fourth and final single planned was "Blow It All Away", which was re-recorded as "Throw It All Away" due to the September 11 attacks. However, the single has failed to surface. The track "Sober and Unkissed" was originally featured on Sia's first solo album, OnlySee, under the title "Soon", and "I'm Not Important to You" was originally performed by Sia with her band Crisp for their album The Word and the Deal in 1996 as the track "Sia's Song".