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Every time we blame someone, we make them responsible for our feelings and needs, which puts us in the position of being a victim. Every time we blame someone, we dis-empower ourselves. Today, notice the tendency of your ego wounded self to blame others for your upsets.

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Intent: A Secret to Manifestation Dr. Margaret Paul
Why Blaming Sometimes Feels Good Dr. Margaret Paul
What Do Anger, Blame and Judgment Do To You? Dr. Margaret Paul
When You Say You Are ‘Fine,’ Are You Really Fine? Dr. Margaret Paul
Are You Heading Toward Heaven Or Hell? Dr. Margaret Paul
Healing Family of Origin Grief Dr. Margaret Paul
Are You Disappointed With How Your Life Is Turning Out? Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself When You Feel Freaked Out Dr. Margaret Paul
Managing Your Own or Others’ Depression Dr. Margaret Paul
Self-Love In The Face Of Betrayal Dr. Margaret Paul
Uh-Oh! Am I Like My Parents? Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself Heals Anxiety Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself in the Face of Physical Violence Dr. Margaret Paul
Is Your Ego Wounded Self in Charge of Your Money? Dr. Margaret Paul
“How Do I Get Over Feeling Hurt?” Dr. Margaret Paul
Beyond Victim Pain, Embracing Authentic Pain Dr. Margaret Paul
Beyond the Authority of the Critical Voice Dr. Margaret Paul
Healing The Backlash of the Threatened Wounded Self Dr. Margaret Paul
Do You Believe You Are Bad, Unlovable or Inadequate? Dr. Margaret Paul
Part 2: The Simple, Life-changing Support We All Yearn For, but Almost Never Get Emily Agnew
Part 1: Why It Takes a Village to be a Loving Adult Emily Agnew
The High Cost of Physical Self-Abandonment Dr. Margaret Paul
The Lies We Tell Ourselves Dr. Margaret Paul
Avoiding Emotional Pain Causes Emotional Pain Dr. Margaret Paul
Managing The Heartbreak of Not Being Seen or Heard Dr. Margaret Paul
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