Learning to Trust Yourself and Your Guidance

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 11, 2021

If you were hurt as a child, you likely have trust issues that need to be healed.

Were your parents or caregivers trustworthy? Mine weren’t. I could not trust their love. I could not trust that they had my highest good at heart because they . . . → Read More: Learning to Trust Yourself and Your Guidance

Are You Perpetuating a Controlling Relationship System?

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 14, 2020

Do you wonder why you often have the same conflicts over and over? Discover what you are doing to perpetuate this.

For example, Sadie found herself in the same interaction over and over with her husband, Benjamin. The interaction would go something like this: Most . . . → Read More: Are You Perpetuating a Controlling Relationship System?

“How Do I Ask For What I Need?”

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 30, 2020

Have you often wondered how to ask for what you want in a way that is not experienced as demanding or needy?

In a healthy, loving relationship, partners ask each other for what they need, and generally receive a caring response. But sometimes this can . . . → Read More: “How Do I Ask For What I Need?”

When it is Loving to You to Control – and When it’s Not

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 02, 2020

Discover when controlling opens your heart and when it closes you down and blocks your connection with your spiritual guidance.

The kind of control that actually blocks our ability to access spirit is when we try to control what we can’t control – such as . . . → Read More: When it is Loving to You to Control – and When it’s Not

Staying Loving In The Face Of Others’ Unloving Behavior

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul October 26, 2020

Discover what healing needs to occur within you before you can stop being reactive to others’ unloving behavior.

One of our greatest challenges in relationships is to not get triggered into self-abandonment when others are unloving – to stay connected with ourselves rather than getting . . . → Read More: Staying Loving In The Face Of Others’ Unloving Behavior

Does Another’s Wounded Self Trigger Your Wounded Self?

By Dr. Margaret Paul September 28, 2020

Do you disconnect in the face of others’ disconnection? Do you get angry in the face of others’ anger? Discover how to stay connected with yourself. Jenna was angry that she kept getting triggered into her wounded self when her husband, Seth, was in his wounded . . . → Read More: Does Another’s Wounded Self Trigger Your Wounded Self?