When we isolate we are not living a full or purpose-driven life, but we can change…
People isolate for a wide variety of reasons: Chronic illness Fear of others Fear of social rejection Embarrassment Anger Language isolation Cultural differences Low self-esteem Mental illness, depression, anxiety Living
Celebrating 7 years of community inclusion and service to others
Don’t stop believing…the magic is right around the corner Written by Connie Clark Beyond the Conversation is celebrating 7 years of community inclusion and service to others. Beyond the Conversation
Impact of Filipino Immigrants on Canadian Society
Watch the interview with our founder Amie Peacock on Filipino TV. Amie Peacock is a creative global leader and the founder of BEYOND The Conversation (est. 2016), a grassroots organization
Reflections on A Year of Loneliness & Friendship
Watch our live stream we hosted on the 1st of January! Special thanks to Reet and our friends from Nomads Productions for making this interview possible.
Giving Tuesday Starling Collective: Winner 2021
Amie Peacock, founder of Beyond the conversation has been named one of the cohort winners of the “GivingTuesday Starling Collective 2021 award”. Winning this award is proof that our work
Dreams Matter and Endurance Wins
This story starts with two women, friends, in a small Turkish café in South Vancouver, on a cold, rainy afternoon, one Autumn day in 2015. This is where Amie Peacock,
Interview With Our Friend Reet
Special thanks to Reet and our friends from Nomads Productions for making this interview possible.
A Gift of Presence
On May 15, 2021, we were offering a 24-hour conversation marathon. Where different volunteers are hosting Google Meet. This virtual living room was a place, where you will feel friendliness,
A reminder that a little vulnerability goes a long way in helping fight social isolation and loneliness.
Make sure you share YOUR story, we’re stronger together.
A Present of Presence
“Community means strength that joins our strength to do the work that needs to be done. Arms to hold us when we falter. A circle of healing. A circle of
You Are Not Alone
The majority of us will feel some degree of social isolation and loneliness throughout our lives. Sadly for many people, the depth and duration to which they experience social isolation and loneliness