You Can Change The World

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 20, 2020

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” –Margaret Mead, 1901-1978, Anthropologist, Writer and Speaker

Do you have any idea how . . . → Read More: You Can Change The World

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

Choosing to be a Loving Adult

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 14, 2020

Kevin shares his inner battle that led to him to choose to be a loving adult.

Some years back, I had the moving experience of working with Kevin (not his real name), a thirty-seven year old very talented branding artist we had hired to work . . . → Read More: Choosing to be a Loving Adult

The Important Information Confusion Has For You

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 09, 2019

Discover what information your confusion is giving you.

There are two kinds of situations that can cause confusion:

1) You might feel confused when your wounded self is in charge and you are judging yourself. This confusion is telling you that your wounded self . . . → Read More: The Important Information Confusion Has For You

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!

You Don't Have to Live With Guilt

By Dr. Margaret Paul November 25, 2019

Do you know that it is completely possible to heal your guilt? I did it and so can you!

I grew up in a family that constantly used guilt as a form of control. Sometimes the guilt was somewhat subtle, such as “Fine, do what you . . . → Read More: You Don’t Have to Live With Guilt