Loving Yourself Heals An Addiction To Anger

Think for a moment about the last time you got angry with someone. At that moment, what was most important to you – getting what you wanted or being caring?

Obviously, at the moment that you get really angry at someone, it is more important to you to get what you want than it . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Heals An Addiction To Anger

Loving Yourself in the Face of Another’s Rage

For many people, learning to love themselves in the face of another’s anger or rage is a very big challenge. . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself in the Face of Another’s Rage

Self-Love In The Face Of Betrayal

Have you felt betrayed? Learn how to love yourself through this extremely challenging experience. . . . → Read More: Self-Love In The Face Of Betrayal

How Are You and Your Partner Doing Together?

How is your relationship with your partner? What are the positive and negative aspects of your relationship?


What are the positive and negative aspects of your relationship?

When you and your partner are both operating as loving adults, you will experience many positive results. When one or both of you are operating from your wounded self, you will experience many negative results. Since no one is able to be a loving adult all the time, it is likely that you experience a combination of positives and negatives.

 

Positive: Sometimes or Always:

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“When Someone’s Behavior Affects Me, What Can I Do?”

When someone’s behavior is affecting you, what can you do, other than blame them?


We Are Not Separate

Some authors suggest that, when we are healthy enough, we will not be affected by others‘ unloving verbal behavior. We will rise above it and not take their words personally – that “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me.”

I strongly disagree.

Of course we are affected by others. Even a mean look can shoot through you like a poison dart. This is because on the soul level, we are not separate. On the soul level, we are One. Continue reading “When Someone’s Behavior Affects Me, What Can I Do?”

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Anger And Other Forms of Control

If you grew up in a family where one or both parents used anger to control you, then anger likely plays a role in your life now.

Did you grow up with anger in your household? Did one or both of your parents use anger as a way to keep you in line . . . → Read More: Anger And Other Forms of Control