By Margaret Paul, Ph.D. January 16, 2017
Has giving talks or presentations been scary for you? Discover why and what to do about it.
Michael, one of my clients, asked me for help in one of our phone sessions:
“I have to give a presentation to my boss and others on our staff . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself When Public Speaking
By Margaret Paul, PhD January 10, 2017
How often in your life have you felt that magical feeling of deeply connecting with another? Learn how loving yourself leads to having much more of this in your life.
As humans, we are hard-wired to want to connect with each other. Until 10,000 years . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Creates Loving Connection With Others
By Margaret Paul, PhD December 19, 2016
Do the holidays and other family events or gatherings stress you out? Discover what might be the underlying cause of this stress and what to do about it.
“OMG, I’ve got so much to do! How am I going to get all this done?” one of my . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Through Holiday Stress
By Margaret Paul, PhD December 13, 2016
Loneliness has much information for us when we open to it rather than judge it or avoid it with various addictions.
One of the saddest and most dysfunctional aspects of our current culture is that it fosters loneliness. It’s not hard to imagine that when most . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself When You Feel Lonely
By Margaret Paul, PhD
December 05, 2016
Learn how to love yourself through heartbreak and grief, rather than continue to abandon yourself in ways that are hurting you.
Take a moment right now to remember times growing up that were very painful. Very painful situations might have been:
The loss of a parent, . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Through Heartbreak and Grief
By Margaret Paul, PhD November 28, 2016
Do you often feel out of place and like an alien in some groups? Discover how to love yourself in group situations.
“She’s very shy,” my parents used to say to people when I was quiet. From their tone, I thought it wasn’t a good . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself As An Introvert in Groups