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Entries by Margaret Paul, Ph.D. from 08/2011

What to Do When You Can't Communicate

| Posted 08.01.2011 | Healthy Living

Do you know a healthy way of behaving when you are stuck and unable to communicate with someone? What do you usually do when you get stuck with someone and can't communicate?

When to Have Sex in a New Relationship

| Posted 08.03.2011 | Women

Have you had sex with someone you thought was partner material, only to have the relationship disappear right after having sex? Learn how to never put yourself in this situation again.

Avoiding Your Pain Cuts Off Your Passion

| Posted 08.05.2011 | Healthy Living

We all learned many ways of avoiding our pain when growing up because we could not manage feeling it when we were little. As adults, most people continue to protect in the ways they learned.


| Posted 08.14.2011 | Healthy Living

As adults, our own well-being is our personal responsibility. Do you abandon yourself, making others responsible for you, and then feel abandoned by others when they leave you or don't take responsibility for you?

Enmeshed Parenting

| Posted 08.16.2011 | Parents

It is vitally important that you have a sense of passion and purpose in your life separate from your children. And it is vitally important that you learn to define your own sense of worth rather than making your children's behavior responsible.

Mending Broken Trust

| Posted 08.29.2011 | Healthy Living

When trust is broken, it does not need to be the end of a relationship. Much can be learned from staying in a relationship and learning from the conflict situation.

Parenting: What Praise Helps and What Praise Harms?

| Posted 08.29.2011 | Parents

Astounding research shows that praising children for their abilities actually lowers their level of achievement, while praising them for their effort ...