Daily InspirationWho triggers your anger? Who triggers your withdrawal? Who triggers you into feeling like a victim? Who triggers your resistance? These people are your teachers. They activate your wounds, your unhealed false beliefs. Notice these wounds, embrace them, learn about them, and bring in the truth from your higher self to heal them. Then thank the people in your life who trigger your wounds. Embracing our wounded self with an intent to learn is how we heal and grow. By Dr. Margaret Paul
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"I'm Tigger and He's Eeyore"By Sheryl Paul
January 07, 2011
One of the most common concerns among my clients in committed relationships is, "We're so different. I'm an extrovert and he's an introvert. I love being around people and he can spend days or weeks on his own." The nature of the described difference varies, of course, but there seems to be a cultural confusion around a belief that says that the person you marry needs to be exactly like you! This flies in the face of the adage "opposites attract", so somewhere in our cultural code we know that being different isn't a strike against relationship compatibility.
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