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

Going where the energy is

I’m really struggling to do things at the moment. Last weekend, on a sudden and strange impulse, I joined some friends as they took a Bank Holiday weekend road trip to an event in South West Wales, not far from where my mum was born. Eschewing the event itself, I saw it as my the … Continue reading Going where the energy is

After the storm

A month has gone by since my mum passed away. I returned home two weeks ago and, since then, the intensity of the whirlwind which was her final few days has loosened into an ever-present anxiety about completing the clearance of her flat at a distance. To do so has relied on the kindness of … Continue reading After the storm

A surprising key to intimacy

Whenever February appears, my thoughts turn to love. (To be fair they often turn to love, regardless of the month, BUT HEY.) I’ve recently picked up again my copy of psychologist George Pransky’s The Relationship Handbook: A Simple Guide to Satisfying Relationships. As I dip into it I’m once again challenged and soothed by the … Continue reading A surprising key to intimacy


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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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