The Important Information Confusion Has For You

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 09, 2019

Discover what information your confusion is giving you.

There are two kinds of situations that can cause confusion:

1) You might feel confused when your wounded self is in charge and you are judging yourself. This confusion is telling you that your wounded self . . . → Read More: The Important Information Confusion Has For You

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Do We Have to Feel Good to Smile or Can we Smile to Feel Good?

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 02, 2019

Research indicates a surprising discovery about how our face affects our emotions.

I love it when I learn something new that adds a bit of joy to life. In the . . . → Read More: Do You Feel Free? If Not, Learn How Now!

You Don't Have to Live With Guilt

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 25, 2019

Do you know that it is completely possible to heal your guilt? I did it and so can you!

I grew up in a family that constantly used guilt as a form of control. Sometimes the guilt was somewhat subtle, such as “Fine, do what you . . . → Read More: You Don’t Have to Live With Guilt

How to Move Out of Your Ego Wounded Self

By Dr. Margaret Paul

November 18, 2019

If you sometimes get stuck in your wounded self and can’t see how to get back into your loving adult, here are some ideas that may help you.

Sometimes, when we get stuck in our wounded self, it is hard to wind our way . . . → Read More: How to Move Out of Your Ego Wounded Self

Can I Be Responsible For Myself And Still Be Free?

By Dr. Margaret Paul

November 11, 2019

Do you have some false beliefs that taking responsibility for yourself limits your freedom?

 

A client asked me the following question:

“During my Inner Bonding process today, I uncovered a feeling of reluctance to commit to being there for my inner child. I . . . → Read More: Can I Be Responsible For Myself And Still Be Free?

Addiction to Story Telling

By Dr. Margaret Paul

November 04, 2019

Being able to tell great stories, and being addicted to story-telling, are two very different things.

I was at a social gathering speaking with Robyn, a woman I had just met. At first, it sounded like she was a very interesting person and a . . . → Read More: Addiction to Story Telling