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Loving Yourself and Others Means Keeping Your Heart Open Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself Rather Than Giving Yourself Up Dr. Margaret Paul
Are You Trying to Control Your Partner's Feelings? Dr. Margaret Paul
Am I The Problem? How To Know If The Problem Is Yours In Your Relationship Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself in the Face of False Accusations Dr. Margaret Paul
Can Love REALLY Last A Lifetime? Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself Through Another's Passive-Aggressive Behavior Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: Kind and Accepting or Controlling? Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself in the Face of Another's Rage Dr. Margaret Paul
Are You Addicted to Connection? Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself with Narcissists Dr. Margaret Paul
Is It Too Much To Ask Others To Be Reliable? Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: Control or Kindness Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: Loving Yourself by Taking The Sacred Pause Dr. Margaret Paul
Frustrated That Your Partner Tunes You Out? Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself When Your Partner Shuts You Out Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself When Your Partner Is Needy Dr. Margaret Paul
"Am I Being Too Picky About Relationships?" Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Yourself When Feeling Engulfed and Controlled Dr. Margaret Paul
Can You Emotionally Connect With Your Family Of Origin? Dr. Margaret Paul
Relationships: When Is It Okay To Call It Quits? Dr. Margaret Paul
If You Learn To Love Yourself, Will You End Up Alone? Dr. Margaret Paul
Does Your Empathy Lead To Care-taking? Dr. Margaret Paul
Sustaining Love: The Importance Of Emotional Intimacy Dr. Margaret Paul
How To Trust Again Dr. Margaret Paul
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Daily Inspiration

When being loving, we are not grasping, demanding, needy or clingy, because love has nothing to do with getting or taking. We give freely, to ourselves and to others. We also receive graciously when the gift is freely given. When being unloving, we may try to manipulate a gift - whether it be of time, money, attention, emotional support, approval, sex or affection - but when we are loving we know that a gift not freely given is not really a gift. Notice when you are being loving or unloving.

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DAILY INSPIRATION

When being loving, we are not grasping, demanding, needy or clingy, because love has nothing to do with getting or taking. We give freely, to ourselves and to others. We also receive graciously when the gift is freely given. When being unloving, we may try to manipulate a gift - whether it be of time, money, attention, emotional support, approval, sex or affection - but when we are loving we know that a gift not freely given is not really a gift. Notice when you are being loving or unloving.

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