Let’s face it; we all need more love in our lives

And it’s available to us, already. No, really.

From ourselves through self-compassion; from others through connection; and from something bigger than ourselves and others through communion.

This is a conversation about these kinds of love (etc).

Latest Posts

Top dos and don’ts of tender conversations

Enjoying meaningful conversation with those we love and care about is one of the great pleasures of being human, and two great – and perfectly dove-tailing – articles giving ten top tips apiece have crossed my radar recently.

Words to silence

Loving someone can be, by its very nature, a vulnerable act; at any moment, the object of our affection can change their mind, reject us, disappoint or leave us. For many of us, silence has become our way of knowing that something’s ended; from dating’s ever-present ghosting to the dearth of conversation between long-term partners. … Continue reading Words to silence

Keep CALM and carry on

One of the great skills in life – perhaps even more important than learning new ways to respond to difficult thoughts, feelings, and sensations – is being able to apply such learnings in the heat of having those difficult thoughts, feelings, and sensations. I think it’s why I love mnemonics, such as Tara Brach’s RAIN; … Continue reading Keep CALM and carry on

Hidden Chapters

For some weird reason, I’m not one for reading fiction. The nerd in me has always been too keen to learn something new so, as the years have passed, I’ve found myself hoarding books full of knowledge and research, seldom tarrying in the land of someone’s imagination. But I found myself accepting a novel’s invitation … Continue reading Hidden Chapters

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About Me

I’m Anya Pearse, an intuitive adviser, compassion-focused positive psychology educator and consultant, and Head of Positive Psychology at The Museum of Happiness.

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