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When conflict occurs, you will learn the most if you take 100% responsibility for the conflict. Worrying about the other person's part of the conflict will get you nowhere, other than feeling like a victim. By taking 100% responsibility for the conflict, you empower yourself to see what you are doing that is not in your highest good and to change it.

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"Once Again, Margaret Paul brings her expertise and her loving concern to the question of how to heal our relationships in her newest book, Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By God? This time, she talks about our most important relationship, that with God and she provides clear and beautiful direction to guide us through our areas of wounding and resistance to a transformative connection with our Higher Power. Read this book! It could change your life."
MARY MANIN MORRESSEY

ABOUT "DO I HAVE TO GIVE UP ME TO BE LOVED BY GOD" - "Margaret Paul has written a powerful book that explores one of the most significant relationships of all - our relationship with God. She creatively teaches us the value of stepping into a new spiritual paradigm-into love and trust of self, others and God."
JACK CANFIELD

[About "Inner Bonding"] The system of reparenting discussed in this book will supply you with the most loving, dependable, supportive friend you'll ever have yourself. What a joy to know you're not alone anymore.
Lindsay Wagner

"Dr. Margaret Paul's "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By God?" beautifully shows how God's love nurtures and directs our psychological growth, restoring peace, passion and sanity. You will find much to agree with, argue against and ponder; this book will leave you changed.
HAROLD H. BLOOM FIELD, M.D.

Margaret Paul [in "Inner Bonding"] offers us a simple and very effective tool for healing our inner upsets and quieting the confusion in our minds. I recommend that you use this valuable tool daily on your path to wholeness.
Susan Jeffers, Ph.D.

This book ["Healing Your Aloneness"] is a profound look at the cause of inner pain and, most importantly, offers a way of healing.
Susan Forward, Ph.D

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