Self-Worth: A Reflection of Self-Love or Self-Abandonment

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul February 08, 2021

Self-worth suffers when you behave in ways you regret and then judge yourself.

A woman asked me the following question:

“Why am I worthy at all? Saying I am a divine being does not answer to the underlying issue of self-worth in physical world reality. . . . → Read More: Self-Worth: A Reflection of Self-Love or Self-Abandonment

Caretaking Others Prevents You From Knowing Yourself

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 16, 2020

Is your addiction to caretaking stopping you from knowing yourself?

“I have had to parent my whole life, never really able to be a kid from my childlike mother to my son-like husband. Everything seems to depend on me doing the right thing and staying . . . → Read More: Caretaking Others Prevents You From Knowing Yourself

“I Can’t Receive Love.”

By Dr. Margaret Paul August 17, 2020

Do you have trouble giving and receiving love? You CAN heal this

Lindsay wrote during one of my webinars:

“I can’t receive love. Physically, not even a kiss or stroke of kindness. I was never told ‘you’re awesome, great job, you’re beautiful, you can do . . . → Read More: “I Can’t Receive Love.”

The Magic of Kindness

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 06, 2020

Kindness is magical regarding your own happiness!

“Kindness can become its own motive. We are made kind by being kind.”  Eric Hoffer, 1902-1983, Author

Have you ever noticed that when you act kind, you feel kind? People often believe that they need to feel kind and compassionate before they . . . → Read More: The Magic of Kindness

How We Heal, Change and Grow

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 18, 2020

Discover what creates true healing and lasting change for you.

I have worked with many people who sought me out after years and years of talk therapy without finding the healing they sought. I’ve also worked with people who have spent years in various forms . . . → Read More: How We Heal, Change and Grow

What It Means To Be Emotionally Strong

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 04, 2020

There is a vast difference between the pseudo-strength of controlling behavior and the actual strength of loving behavior.

“My father was a very strong man. It was his way or the highway.” “My mother is a very strong person. She is the matriarch of the . . . → Read More: What It Means To Be Emotionally Strong