Are You Ready to Give Up Giving Yourself Up?

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 14, 2019

Is giving yourself up working to create inner and relationship joy? If not, then you might want to consider learning to love yourself instead.

Were you trained as a child to give yourself up to be loved? Did you learn to confuse love with . . . → Read More: Are You Ready to Give Up Giving Yourself Up?

A Different Kind of New Year’s Resolution

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 31, 2018

This year, make two New Year’s Resolution lists – one for your external goals and one for who you want to be.

There are two kinds of New Year’s Resolutions:

What you are going to do to accomplish your goals Who you want to be . . . → Read More: A Different Kind of New Year’s Resolution

Who do you Want to be this Christmas?

By Dr. Margaret Paul

What kind of person do you want to be this Christmas? You get to choose!

Christmas is here and you get to decide who you want to be.

I don’t mean if you want to be Santa Claus. I mean what kind of person do you want . . . → Read More: Who do you Want to be this Christmas?

Discovering Your True Calling

Discovering Your True Calling

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 10, 2018

Are you unhappy with your work? Do you have a sense that you have a calling but you don’t know what it is or how to find it?

“Let the beauty of what you love, be what you do.” – . . . → Read More: Discovering Your True Calling

“No One Can Reject Me Without My Consent”

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 03, 2018

Discover this truth – that no one can reject you without your consent.

“No one can make me feel inferior without my consent. No one can reject me without my consent.” — Eleanor Roosevelt

Wise lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. However, her statement is one that many . . . → Read More: “No One Can Reject Me Without My Consent”

The Selfishness of Self-Abandonment

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 19, 2018

Are you contributing to the darkness of our planet? Discover how you might inadvertently be doing this and what you can do about it.

 

Imagine a pond with sparkling clear water. Imagine that someone drops a small drop of black ink into the pond. You . . . → Read More: The Selfishness of Self-Abandonment