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Daily Inspiration

Shame ends when you let go of believing you cause others' behavior and accept your lack of control over others' unloving behavior. Thinking there is something wrong with you is a way to avoid the heartache and loneliness of others' rejection.

By Dr. Margaret Paul


Relationship Advice, Love Advice

Help with your relationship problems and avoiding divorce using the Inner Bonding process. Learn to create love, intimacy, successful marriages, healthy relationships.


331 ARTICLE(S)
Article Author
"Is My Need For Attention Reasonable or Needy?” Dr. Margaret Paul
How Are You and Your Partner Doing Together? Dr. Margaret Paul
Longing For Connection Dr. Margaret Paul
"When Someone's Behavior Affects Me, What Can I Do?" Dr. Margaret Paul
Beyond Neediness Dr. Margaret Paul
The Circle of Love: The Highest Experience in Life Dr. Margaret Paul
Letting Go of the Layers of Control Dr. Margaret Paul
When You Love Yourself, You Love Others Dr. Margaret Paul
"If Only You Would Get What You Are Doing!" Dr. Margaret Paul
When and Why to Speak Up For Yourself Dr. Margaret Paul
"How Do I Get Unstuck From Unhealthy Relationships?" Dr. Margaret Paul
Are Religious or Spiritual Differences Wreaking Havoc in your Relationship? Dr. Margaret Paul
"Should I Avoid People Who Push My Buttons?" Dr. Margaret Paul
"How Can I Know When I'm Caring And When I'm Caretaking?" Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: When is Enough Enough? Dr. Margaret Paul
How to Survive a Long Distance Relationship Dr. Margaret Paul
"How Do I Know If My Partner Is Closed?" Dr. Margaret Paul
When To Compromise…And When Not To Compromise Dr. Margaret Paul
What to do When He Expects You to be His Therapist Dr. Margaret Paul
Are You Stuck in One-Way Relationships? Dr. Margaret Paul
"How Can I Stop Wanting to Share?" Dr. Margaret Paul
Do You Make People Up? Dr. Margaret Paul
Letting Go of Guilt is Loving Sylvia Poareo
How Not To Have A Wonderful Celebration Dr. Margaret Paul
"Will I Ever Find The Love Of My Life?" Dr. Margaret Paul
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