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Sheryl Paul

The Truth About Love

Sheryl Paul | Posted 10.05.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

Have you ever been so in love that you thought you were going to die of ecstasy? In the throes of this bliss, did you have trouble eating and sleeping...

What Guys Need To Know About Engagement Anxiety

Sheryl Paul | Posted 09.25.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

When a man says "yes" to one woman he's saying no to every other woman on the planet and, for many men, this is a hard pill to swallow. And yet it has no bearing on how much he loves his bride.

3 Ways To Overcome Cold Feet

Sheryl Paul | Posted 09.16.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

Stay the course, feel your difficult feelings, challenge the false thoughts, and you, too, will land on the sandy shores with your sweet beloved by your side.

Why Your Runaway Bride Instinct Is Wrong

Sheryl Paul | Posted 09.10.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

I know you're scared. I know that everything inside of you is telling you to run, that you're with the wrong guy, that you don't love him enough or in the right way or as much as you loved some other guy.

The Truth Behind The Biggest Taboo For Couples

Sheryl Paul | Posted 09.06.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

Here's a secret the mainstream media doesn't tell you: nearly every couple that has been together more than a couple of years struggles with sex at some point in their relationship.

Why Love Isn't Enough

Sheryl Paul | Posted 09.03.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

Just as our culture propagates one image of physical beauty and one measure of success, so do we absorb one definition of romantic love: namely, a heart-fluttering, ecstatic feeling accompanied by 100 percent certainty that we've found "the one."

Love And Anxiety

Sheryl Paul | Posted 08.18.2012 | Healthy Living
Sheryl Paul

In the end, fear is fear, and we either accept the task of working with it consciously and diligently or we walk away from loving, solid relationships with the erroneous belief that "It just didn't feel right. If it was right, I wouldn't have to work so hard."

How To Know If Your Fiance Is Really 'The One'

Sheryl Paul | Posted 08.11.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

You assess your relationship from an objective perspective and ask yourself: Do we basically work as a couple? Are we good friends? When our hearts are open, do we connect? Do we support each other's dreams and passions?

I'll Be Happy When...

Sheryl Paul | Posted 08.04.2012 | Healthy Living
Sheryl Paul

Life is uncertainty. Life is change. There are islands of calm and certainty scattered throughout the ocean, but for the anxious mind the challenge is to learn how to find serenity even during the storm.

The Battle Between Love and Fear

Sheryl Paul | Posted 06.18.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

My biggest fear is that I will have doubts the day of the wedding and be scared to walk down the aisle. How can I learn to trust that this is the last phase of the process and not think that this is a sign that I shouldn't marry?

Why You're Still Thinking About Sex With Your Ex

Sheryl Paul | Posted 04.17.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

From the beginning, her heart and mind and body were still attached (addicted to) the jerk. Equating sex with love, she was completely convinced that she would never feel in love with her husband.

The Subconscious Thing That Might Be Hurting Your Relationship

Sheryl Paul | Posted 04.15.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

People find me because in the throes of anxiety. They're taken down by a series of questions that cause them to fear whether or not they're in the "right" relationship or if they're making a "mistake."

Are You 'Anxiously Engaged'? Here's How To Deal

Sheryl Paul | Posted 03.03.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

What's happening here? The mainstream model of relationships disseminates the message that "doubt means don't" and nowhere is this phrase more prominent than during an engagement.

The #1 Thing That Can Sabotage Your Engagement

Sheryl Paul | Posted 02.07.2012 | Weddings
Sheryl Paul

Until I learned how to challenge fear's arguments, I was a helpless pawn under its rule, a victim in a dark forest. It was, in short, misery.