Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more
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Love is too often taken for granted: here it shines under rigorous analysis to create a manifesto of how and why we feel, and a must-read for anyone who has a heart! This essential read could change your perspective on relationships, offering reassurance and hope - CultureWhisper You may also be interested in. Some of the data that are collected include the number of visitors, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously. i think the ideas in this book are very interesting and i enjoyed the different perspectives we got to see, at the beginning i was flying though it because i really did like it but it soon became very repetitive and i just wanted to be done with it. But I do think it’s an important book and I believe it could make an impact on someone who’s going through a hard time, while reading it.
This is an engaging and thoughtful collection of interviews on the huge, multidimensional subject of love and human connections, interspersed with deeply personal and moving stories from the authors own life. For me, I enjoyed the exploration of how our fear of change, and fear of loss can impact on our relationships. So learning to love someone for all their faults and layers of weirdness is a way of learning to be alive, fulfilled, and satisfied with the life that you have. You can pick it up and turn to any page - literally any - and find a gem to soothe and fortify your soul' Pandora Sykes, Sunday Times bestselling author of 'How Do We Know We're Doing It Right? Natasha interviews a wide range of contemporary voices and they offer discussion on everything from platonic love, familial love, motherhood and grief.The book is organised in 3 parts, how do we find love, how do we sustain love and how do we survive losing love? Through her own thoughts and a series of interview-like conversations, Natasha Lunn reflects on relationships in all their forms. Like hauling a heavy suitcase up the stairs at a station, I imagined it would be easier if there were an end point in sight, because when you can see the top of the station stairs or the finish line of a run, it’s easy to dig deep for an extra bit of strength to get there.
Parallel to her conversations is the story of Lunn and the miscarriage that she and her partner suffered. But how do you commit to actively practicing love for people and the world without getting distracted by longing for a form of love you don’t have? The _ga cookie, installed by Google Analytics, calculates visitor, session and campaign data and also keeps track of site usage for the site's analytics report.Following a series of interviews from a wide range of bestselling and incredible authors, Natasha Lunn explores romantic love, friendships, family, parenthood, sexuality and loss. Conversations on Love will change your perspective of connection, love, friendship, grief, and everything in between. Every interview is more than getting famous names to talk (hello Philippay Perry, Roxane Gay, and Lisa Taddeo). It means showing someone the real bits of who you are--the spots beneath the make up; the self-doubt beneath the cynicism-and finding the courage to say 'This is me. sometimes a book we don’t expect to wholeheartedly fall in love with comes into our lives at just the right time to provide us with some much needed introspection on everything we’ve been struggling with.