How Do You Feel About Yourself?

By Dr. Margaret Paul

January 06, 2020

Do you feel worthy or unworthy, lovable or unlovable, adequate or inadequate, secure or insecure, alive and passionate or numb?

Do you feel worthy, valuable, adequate, lovable, and secure?

Or, do you feel unworthy, worthless, inadequate, unlovable, and insecure?

Do you believe that your . . . → Read More: How Do You Feel About Yourself?

Loving Yourself Through the Holidays

 

  By Dr. Margaret Paul December 23, 2019

Are you ready to learn to love yourself through the challenges of the holidays?

What comes up for you regarding the holidays?

I’m excited to share the holidays with loved ones I love buying presents and sharing them with the people I love . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Through the Holidays

Relationships: Accepting the Challenges or the Loneliness

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 16, 2019

Is the fear of getting hurt or losing yourself keeping you from accepting the challenges of loving a partner?

“My inner child is lonely and wants to be in a relationship, but relationships are too hard. I feel like I don’t want to work . . . → Read More: Relationships: Accepting the Challenges or the Loneliness

Do You Feel Free? If Not, Learn How Now!

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!

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

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