Letting Go Of Shame

By Dr. Margaret Paul October 21, 2019

No matter how badly you currently feel about yourself, you can heal your shame and feel excited about your life.

“I have no value.” “I’m not good enough.” “I don’t like myself.” “If they really knew me, they wouldn’t like me.” “I don’t deserve to . . . → Read More: Letting Go Of Shame

Why You Might Afraid to Be Open With Your Partner or Others

Why You Might Afraid to Be Open With Your Partner or Others

By Dr. Margaret Paul August 19, 2019

Discover what you are sacrificing if you withhold your truth due to your fear of others’ reactions.

“He will be so angry if I tell him that.” “I’m afraid of losing her if . . . → Read More: Why You Might Afraid to Be Open With Your Partner or Others

Relationships: Avoiding the Line of Fire

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 29, 2019

Do you try to talk with someone when you already know he or she is closed? Consider NOT putting your inner child in the line of fire.

How often do you ask a question of or make a statement to a partner, co-worker, friend, or . . . → Read More: Relationships: Avoiding the Line of Fire

The One and Only Dependable Source of Love

The One and Only Dependable Source of Love

By Dr. Margaret Paul June 24, 2019

Do you make others your dependable source of love – your Higher Power?

Seth and Lisa consulted with me because they had been married only a year and were having problems. Seth was often angry at . . . → Read More: The One and Only Dependable Source of Love

The Surprising Healing Power of the Loving Adult

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 20, 2019

Discover why you cannot heal without a spiritually connected loving adult.

Our loving adult is who we are when our intent is to learn about loving ourselves and others, and we are connected with our spiritual guidance. Before Inner Bonding, I practiced as a traditional psychotherapist, . . . → Read More: The Surprising Healing Power of the Loving Adult

Taking The Lid Off Your Feelings

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 17, 2019

For a moment, go back to being a little child and remember… remember an adult being unloving to you:

An adult (parent, other caregiver, teacher, relative, religious figure, or some other adult in authority) yells at you. An adult invalidates you. An adult ignores you. . . . → Read More: Taking The Lid Off Your Feelings