Healing from Attracting Unhealthy Relationships

By Dr. Margaret Paul September 27, 2021

Are you attracting emotionally unhealthy relationships over and over? You CAN heal and attract loving relationships with friends and a partner!

Janis asked me the following question:

“I have been doing therapy and reading a lot about healing since a short but very emotionally abusive relationship . . . → Read More: Healing from Attracting Unhealthy Relationships

When to Share Information....and When to Stay Quiet

By Dr. Margaret Paul August 16, 2021

Has sharing information that has been very beneficial for you sometimes been a frustrating experience?

Have you had the experience of learning something that feels very important to you, and you really want to share it with a loved one? What often happens?

This is . . . → Read More: When to Share Information….and When to Stay Quiet

“How Do I Ask For What I Need?”

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 30, 2020

Have you often wondered how to ask for what you want in a way that is not experienced as demanding or needy?

In a healthy, loving relationship, partners ask each other for what they need, and generally receive a caring response. But sometimes this can . . . → Read More: “How Do I Ask For What I Need?”

You Can Change The World

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 20, 2020

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” –Margaret Mead, 1901-1978, Anthropologist, Writer and Speaker

Do you have any idea how . . . → Read More: You Can Change The World

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

The Power of Being “Grokked”

By Dr. Margaret Paul February 11, 2019

It is profoundly healing when another is able to deeply understand and empathize with our core painful feelings.

In 1961, author Robert A. Heinlein coined the term “grok” in his best-selling book, “Stranger in a Strange Land”.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines grok as “to . . . → Read More: The Power of Being “Grokked”