Anna’s work has been covered extensively in a wide range of media. Below are a selection of the articles written about, or by, Anna.
Firstly there is no such thing as an abusive relationship. Truth is, 99% of the time it is one person controlling and showing aggression to another, within an intimate relationship.
In this article, Anna explains how kindness to yourself boosts your career path making you mature, emotionally intelligent, responsible and compelling.
This provocative article by Salman Sasheen examines how corporate stress is literally killing people and cites Anna’s innovative ideas of how to successfully take on the reality of modern corporate culture.
In this Psychologies article Anna advises that learning how to smile again starts with kindness of thought towards self and others. Here, she shares how to be more kind to ourselves.
Shame is a normal part of the ordinary spectrum of emotions, overwhelming shame is disabling and at worst paralyzing. It is particularly significant for those who feel humiliated by something that has happened to them publicly. Anna shows that overwhelming shame, once conquered, can be transformed into a renewed energy.
Thousands of people are not realising they are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. In this blog post Anna provides a symptom checklist that may help you recognise PTSD in someone else.
Whilst we see unpredictable and unfathomable terror around, we often wonder ‘What can we do to help’. You are a greater change agent than you think. Cruelty is contagious, but kindness is contagious too.
Exercise is a great way to help us cope with devastating events, but using it excessively can be detrimental to our health. In this article, Anna talks about confronting emotions of grief.
What is the point of success if you are not well enough to take pleasure in it? In this article, Anna shares the keys of healthy success in professional life.
In this very personal story, Anna shares how she fell in love with the most awful man she has ever met. She points out some red flags; common factors that link the experience of an abusive relationship.
It’s not unusual for people who are traumatised to be annoyed with themselves for not being able to get themselves better. Anna talks about overcoming “inner brutality” and offers a series of 7 processes towards recovering and healing.
For a surprising number of women, the mere idea of being part of a big group of females can be enough to fill them with horror. Here, three women describe the isolation that began in childhood and how they yearn to overcome it.