Do You Feel Invisible To Your Partner?

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 05, 2021

Do your conversations with your partner feel like a one-way street?

 Many of us have the experience of feeling unseen and unheard by our partner.For example, Kristy asks:”My partner is a good sharer and easily talks about his feelings, his day, his dreams, his struggles, etc. . . . → Read More: Do You Feel Invisible To Your Partner?

Do You Feel Invisible To Your Partner?

Do You Feel Invisible To Your Partner?

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 05, 2021

Do your conversations with your partner feel like a one-way street?

Many of us have the experience of feeling unseen and unheard by our partner.

For example, Kristy asks:

“My partner is a good sharer and easily talks . . . → Read More: Do You Feel Invisible To Your Partner?

The One New Year's Resolution I Hope You Make...And Keep

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 30, 2019

This one New Year’s resolution can change your life, heal your relationships, create health and well being, and heal our planet.

One of the most important aspects of Inner Bonding is opening to a compassionate intention to learn. I think a lot about love and . . . → Read More: The One New Year’s Resolution I Hope You Make…And Keep

Are You Making Someone Your Higher Power?

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 27, 2020

Do you believe that in a good relationship, it is your partner’s job to make you feel loved and worthy?

Jerrod, in his late 30s, consulted with me because he was feeling frantic about his relationship. He and Leslie had fallen deeply in love just over . . . → Read More: Are You Making Someone Your Higher Power?

What Are You Waiting For?

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul February 03, 2020

Are you waiting to achieve some goal in order to fully live your life, or are there fears in the way of being happy now?

“One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put . . . → Read More: What Are You Waiting For?

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