Relationships: “Why am I Struggling After All My Healing?”

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 23, 2020

Do you believe that, because you may have already done a lot of healing work, your relationship should be easier?

I can’t tell you how often I hear from my clients that “I should be further along in my healing process,” especially when it comes to relationships.

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Caretaking Others Prevents You From Knowing Yourself

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 16, 2020

Is your addiction to caretaking stopping you from knowing yourself?

“I have had to parent my whole life, never really able to be a kid from my childlike mother to my son-like husband. Everything seems to depend on me doing the right thing and staying . . . → Read More: Caretaking Others Prevents You From Knowing Yourself

Can We Ever Heal From Childhood Abuse?

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 09, 2020

Will you always be struggling with the effects of an abusive childhood?

If you had an abusive childhood, will you always suffer from it? This is the question that Andrea asked me about:

“I had a terrifying childhood. I have had counseling, motion light therapy, and been . . . → Read More: Can We Ever Heal From Childhood Abuse?

When it is Loving to You to Control – and When it’s Not

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 02, 2020

Discover when controlling opens your heart and when it closes you down and blocks your connection with your spiritual guidance.

The kind of control that actually blocks our ability to access spirit is when we try to control what we can’t control – such as . . . → Read More: When it is Loving to You to Control – and When it’s Not

Staying Loving In The Face Of Others’ Unloving Behavior

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul October 26, 2020

Discover what healing needs to occur within you before you can stop being reactive to others’ unloving behavior.

One of our greatest challenges in relationships is to not get triggered into self-abandonment when others are unloving – to stay connected with ourselves rather than getting . . . → Read More: Staying Loving In The Face Of Others’ Unloving Behavior

Confronting an Abusive Parent

By Dr. Margaret Paul October 19, 2020

Is it loving to yourself to confront a parent about past abuse? Discover what is right for you.

A woman wrote, asking:

“I am trying to connect with my family of origin. I’ve been working on my recovery for a bit over a year (ACA . . . → Read More: Confronting an Abusive Parent