Do You Actually Know When You Are Acting as a Victim?

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 21, 2019

Most of us don’t like to think of ourselves as a victim. Yet, without realizing it, you might be seeing yourself as a victim, and you might be putting yourself in the position of being a victim.

Do you recognize any of these situations?

Someone . . . → Read More: Do You Actually Know When You Are Acting as a Victim?

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

When You Love Yourself, You Love Others

Are you being selfish if you do what brings you joy, even if others don’t like it? Do you feel trapped, believing you can’t really take loving care of yourself without being unloving to others?

One of the questions I often hear from my clients is, “If I take care of myself and . . . → Read More: When You Love Yourself, You Love Others

Do You Have The Courage to Be a Loving Parent?

Do you have the courage to risk loving yourself – even when you might encounter your children’s uncaring behavior?

Most of us really don’t like it when someone is angry with us. We don’t like it when someone goes into resistance to helping us when we need help, instead of caring about us. We . . . → Read More: Do You Have The Courage to Be a Loving Parent?

When It’s Loving To Share Your Feelings…And When It’s Not

How often have you shared your feelings and the other person became angry and defensive?

How often have you heard that it’s good to “share your feelings”? How often have you shared your feelings and it backfired on you? Perhaps you find yourself saying “But I’m just sharing my feelings!”

The problem is that . . . → Read More: When It’s Loving To Share Your Feelings…And When It’s Not

Making Peace With Lost Time

Do you sometimes look back and feel as if you have wasted your life caretaking others or trying to get others to take care of you?

Very often, in my work with my clients and with people who attend my workshops and Intensives, once they understand that they have been abandoning themselves, they feel . . . → Read More: Making Peace With Lost Time