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Daily Inspiration

When someone behaves in a way you don't like, you have only three choices: accept them while compassionately embracing your feelings, open to learning to reach understanding and acceptance, or accept that their behavior is not tolerable to you and leave. Changing them is not an option, for only they can change themselves, and only if they want to.


Communication Skills, Effective Communication

CommunicationEffective communication and conflict resolution in relationships is the natural outgrowth of being in the intent to learn about loving ourselves and others. No matter how skillful we think we are in effective communication, when our intent is to control rather than learn, we will find ourselves locked into conflict and power struggles.

Article Author
How To Love Yourself When Someone Is Being A Victim Dr. Margaret Paul
Getting Your Point Across Dr. Margaret Paul
Do You Take Accountability for Your Energy? Dr. Margaret Paul
Do You Remember What You Say When You are Enraged? Dr. Margaret Paul
The Gift Beneath the Fear Mike Moran
Boundaries: From Fear or Love? Dr. Margaret Paul
The Challenge of Not Reacting Dr. Margaret Paul
To Nag or Not To Nag Sheryl Paul
What to do When You Can't Communicate Dr. Margaret Paul
The Myth of Explaining and Defending Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: Do You Have the Same Conflicts Over and Over? Dr. Margaret Paul
Approval and Appreciation: Effective Relationship Communication Dr. Margaret Paul
Are You Afraid to Be Open With Your Partner or Others? Dr. Margaret Paul
Lying as a Form of Control Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: What to Say, When to Say it Dr. Margaret Paul
"We Can't Communicate" Dr. Margaret Paul
The Power of Being "Grokked" Dr. Margaret Paul
Avoiding Your Feelings by Focusing on Your Partner Dr. Margaret Paul
Is Your Partner Always Pointing Out Your Flaws? Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: The Art of Listening Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: The Dance of Victims and Perpetrators Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: Do You Turn Things Around to Control? Dr. Margaret Paul
Speaking Your Truth Without Blame or Judgment Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: Reactions to Emotionally Irrational Behavior Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: Why Do You Attack and Blame? Dr. Margaret Paul
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