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?

How We Heal, Change and Grow

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 18, 2020

Discover what creates true healing and lasting change for you.

I have worked with many people who sought me out after years and years of talk therapy without finding the healing they sought. I’ve also worked with people who have spent years in various forms . . . → Read More: How We Heal, Change and Grow

Discovering The Pearl From the Wounds

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 02, 2020

Rather than feeling like a victim of your wounds, you might want to embrace them as the injury necessary to produce the being that you are capable of becoming.

“A pearl is a beautiful thing that is produced by an injured life. It is . . . → Read More: Discovering The Pearl From the Wounds

How Do You Feel About Yourself?

By Dr. Margaret Paul

January 06, 2020

Do you feel worthy or unworthy, lovable or unlovable, adequate or inadequate, secure or insecure, alive and passionate or numb?

Do you feel worthy, valuable, adequate, lovable, and secure?

Or, do you feel unworthy, worthless, inadequate, unlovable, and insecure?

Do you believe that your . . . → Read More: How Do You Feel About Yourself?

The One New Year’s Resolution I Hope You Make…And Keep

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 30, 2019

This one New Year’s resolution can change your life, heal your relationships, create health and well being, and heal our planet.

 

One of the most important aspects of Inner Bonding is opening to a compassionate intention to learn. I’ve been thinking a lot . . . → Read More: The One New Year’s Resolution I Hope You Make…And Keep

Relationships: Accepting the Challenges or the Loneliness

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 16, 2019

Is the fear of getting hurt or losing yourself keeping you from accepting the challenges of loving a partner?

“My inner child is lonely and wants to be in a relationship, but relationships are too hard. I feel like I don’t want to work . . . → Read More: Relationships: Accepting the Challenges or the Loneliness