Daily InspirationWhen you are willing to ask throughout the day, "What is the truth right now?" you can move into a perspective that brings peace. Remembering to ask this question all day is the challenge. By Dr. Margaret Paul
Loving Actions and Dialogue Examples
Sometimes it is helpful to have role-modeling for dialoguing with the wounded, addicted part of ourselves. Perhaps these dialogues can be of help to you to dialogue and take loving action rather indulge in your addictive behavior.
If you had a loving adult taking loving action for your inner child regarding addictive behavior, what would this look like for you? What would your inner child like from you? We invite you to write about your own experiences regarding what has worked for you.
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|The Primary Healing Circuit||MonteU|
|Dialogue Between Loving Adult and Wounded Self: About Food||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Eunice: About Weight, Sex, and Truth||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|George: About Smoking||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Having a Love affair with Myself||MonteU|
|Jeremy: About Smoking||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Samuel: About Smoking Pot and Codependency||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Sheba: About Food Addiction||Dr. Margaret Paul|