What Do You Do When Someone Hurts You?

By Dr. Margaret Paul September 06, 2020

When someone does something that scares or hurts you, do you lovingly manage your pain or do try to control them?

When I was a very young child, I quickly learned to jump out of myself whenever my mother was angry at me – which . . . → Read More: What Do You Do When Someone Hurts You?

“I Can’t Receive Love.”

By Dr. Margaret Paul August 17, 2020

Do you have trouble giving and receiving love? You CAN heal this

Lindsay wrote during one of my webinars:

“I can’t receive love. Physically, not even a kiss or stroke of kindness. I was never told ‘you’re awesome, great job, you’re beautiful, you can do . . . → Read More: “I Can’t Receive Love.”

The Magic of Kindness

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 06, 2020

Kindness is magical regarding your own happiness!

“Kindness can become its own motive. We are made kind by being kind.”  Eric Hoffer, 1902-1983, Author

Have you ever noticed that when you act kind, you feel kind? People often believe that they need to feel kind and compassionate before they . . . → Read More: The Magic of Kindness

Obsessing, Ruminating, Worrying…Oh My!

By Dr. Margaret Paul August 05, 2019

Are you ready to move beyond obsessive ruminating and worry? Are you ready to move beyond fear, anxiety and depression? What works for me can work for you too!

I used to spend hours and even days ruminating about different things – a conflict with . . . → Read More: Obsessing, Ruminating, Worrying…Oh My!

Accepting What You Can't Control, Controlling What You Can

Accepting What You Can’t Control, Controlling What You Can

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 15, 2019

Coming to grips with what you can and can’t control opens the door to true emotional freedom and personal power.

I frequently receive questions about what to do in situations where someone is behaving in an . . . → Read More: Accepting What You Can’t Control, Controlling What You Can

Judging Yourself Can Lead To Sexual Addiction

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 04, 2019

Discover how self-abandonment can lead to using and objectifying others sexually.

Nicholas consulted with me because of problems he was having in his marriage. He was very distressed that his wife, Kayla, never wanted to have sex with him.

In the course of our work, it . . . → Read More: Judging Yourself Can Lead To Sexual Addiction