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?

You Don’t Really Know Someone Until You Have Conflict

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul June 08, 2020

Do you sometimes wonder if you really know the person you are dating?

People often ask me how they can know whether or not someone they are dating is really an open and caring person.

“He seems open and caring, but how can I . . . → Read More: You Don’t Really Know Someone Until You Have Conflict

Do You Take Accountability For Your Mistakes?

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 09, 2020

Are you afraid to be accountable for your choices? Discover why and what to do about it.

What’s the first thing you think when you make a mistake? If you’re like most people, you will either blame someone else or blame yourself.

Blaming, even blaming . . . → Read More: Do You Take Accountability For Your Mistakes?

Releasing Pain – Essential for Physical and Emotional Health

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 27, 2020

Pain that is stuck in your body can cause many physical and emotional problems, and blocks out the enlivening flow of love, peace and joy – the flow of Spirit.

Growing up, all of us had pain from the loneliness, grief, helplessness and heartbreak . . . → Read More: Releasing Pain – Essential for Physical and Emotional Health

Can I Be Responsible For Myself And Still Be Free?

By Dr. Margaret Paul

November 11, 2019

Do you have some false beliefs that taking responsibility for yourself limits your freedom?

 

A client asked me the following question:

“During my Inner Bonding process today, I uncovered a feeling of reluctance to commit to being there for my inner child. I . . . → Read More: Can I Be Responsible For Myself And Still Be Free?

Sometimes it’s Hard to be a Loving Adult

By Dr. Margaret Paul October 14, 2019

When do you find it especially hard to show up for yourself as a loving adult?

All of us are, at times, challenged in being a loving adult.

Most of the time I can be a loving adult just by deciding to be. But there are . . . → Read More: Sometimes it’s Hard to be a Loving Adult