In How to Become Strong Enough to Love, Dr. Margaret Paul will help you…
Become familiar with and practice the Inner Bonding healing process
Take responsibility for your feelings and security
Learn the difference between getting love and being loving
Overcome fears of rejection as well as false and limiting beliefs
Identify and heal any controlling behaviors in your relationships
Feel peaceful and fulfilled as you share your love and joy with others
Create safe living and learning spaces for your children, so they will become loving adults in the future
And much more…
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By Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
Dr. Margaret Paul is the author/co-author of several best-selling books, including "Do I Have To Give Up Me to Be Loved By You?" (over one million sold), "Inner Bonding®", "Healing Your Aloneness," "The Healing Your Aloneness Workbook," "Do I Have To Give Up Me to Be Loved By My Kids?," "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By God?", "Diet for Divine Connection," "The Inner Bonding Workbook," "6-Steps to Total Self-Healing," and this new book, "How to Become Strong Enough to Love." Margaret's books have been distributed around the world and have been translated into many languages.
Inner Bonding is comprehensive and practical. And it always works when you do it!
In this book, through the powerful Six-Step Inner Bonding pathway, Dr. Paul shows how you can create and maintain the inner safety you need so you can become strong enough to love.
Inner Bonding empowers you to self-heal the root causes of anxiety, depression, addictions, failed relationships, and many other problems that inhibit your personal and spiritual growth and satisfaction. Through Inner Bonding, you will heal the underlying causes of relationship failure.
Inner Bonding teaches you:
How to love yourself rather than continue to abandon yourself
How to move beyond emotional dependency and attain emotional freedom
How to heal any underlying control issues
Obsessive thinking, ruminating, worrying Resistance to self, others, spirit—to taking loving care of yourself
In friendships, marriages, and work relationships, your joy, aliveness, and creativity get lost as you give up parts of yourself in an attempt to feel safe.
In romantic relationships, passion dries up. Superficiality, boredom, fighting, and apathy take its
You try valiantly to figure out what went wrong. But too often you might ask, “What am I doing wrong?” or “What are you doing wrong?” rather than inquiring into the underlying fears and resulting self-abandoning behaviors that create the unsafe relationship space.
The key to doing this is learning how to create a safe inner space where you can work with and overcome your false beliefs and your fears of rejection and engulfment.
The powerful 6-step Inner Bonding process will help you create and maintain this inner safety.
You’ll be able to understand and heal the causes of these painful feelings, so that you don’t turn to controlling and self-abandoning behaviors to avoid pain in your relationships.
Margaret holds a Ph.D. in psychology and is a relationship expert, noted public speaker, workshop leader, educator, chaplain, consultant, and artist. She has appeared on many radio and TV shows, including the Oprah show. She has successfully worked with hundreds of thousands of individuals, couples, and business relationships and taught classes and seminars for over 54 years.
Margaret continues to work with individuals and couples throughout the world -- mostly on the phone, Zoom, and Skype. She is able to access spiritual Guidance during her sessions, which enables her to work with people wherever they are in the world. Her current passion is her podcasts, writing books, teaching online courses throughout the world, and offering her in-depth "Inner Bonding Breakthrough.
Praise for How to Become Strong Enough to Love
“A much needed practical and inspiring guide for getting the love you deserve.”
John Gray, Author of Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus
“I love this book. Dr. Margaret Paul is my No. 1 authority for learning the deepest lessons of self-love and relationships. How to Become Strong Enough to Love is an excellent addition to Margaret’s roster of books on Inner Bonding. I had so many realizations about my relationship when I read this book. Going beyond love and relationships, I especially like the part about creating safe living and learning spaces for our children, as I learned how I can be a better role model for my kids so that they’ll grow to become loving adults. You don’t see this kind of lesson in this space often. And this is why I highly recommend this book to any parent. It’s truly an eye-opener."
Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, mom of four sons and bestselling author of The Change Guidebook and Percolate
“Margaret Paul is one of the most compassionate people I have met. She has so much experience in helping people dive deep within themselves to learn how to connect with their inner self. In Margaret’s new book How to Become Strong Enough to Love she takes the process she has mastered in her work with clients to write about how learning to love yourself is key to having a good relationship with others.
Margaret’s work is so powerful it quickly transforms any unsafe spaces within and helps you to discover inner peace and joy. Margaret Paul’s work goes way beyond what other books share and will change your relationships in a remarkable way.
How to Become Strong Enough for Love is such a powerful book. It is clearly written with so much love and experience that it will help anyone in a tough relationship develop a deep sense of inner spiritual strength providing a foundation for healthy relationships. This is such a much-needed book for the times we are living in.”
Sandra Ingerman, MA shamanic teacher and award-winning author of twelve books including Walking in Light
“In her book How to Become Strong Enough to Love, Dr. Margaret Paul shares the secrets to feeling safe in your relationships. This process opens you up to loving yourself and others more deeply. Margaret has dedicated her life to helping people feel whole and complete so they can create intimacy with others from desire, rather than from need. Her practical approach in this book is combined with real case studies, allowing you to release your fears of conflict and rejection. As the founders of Creating Love On Purpose®we are huge fans of Margaret’s work because she supports our mission of busting the myth that love is supposed to happen by accident. By transforming you on the inside, this book will support you to create long-lasting connection and love.”
Orna & Matthew Walters, www.LoveOnPurpose.com
“I know from personal experience as well as observing the impact that Dr. Paul’s work has on others that it unequivocally transforms lives. Her new book How to Become Strong Enough to Love will help people to heal their relationship with their partner no matter how off-track it has gone. In fact, by showing you how to discover your own inner peace and joy, this powerful book will help you to restore love and lasting positive change to every relationship in your life.”
Debra Poneman, bestselling author and Founder/President of Yes to Success, Inc.
“Dr. Margaret Paul is a master of love, relationships, and healing. I've learned so much from her work about the wounded self and the controlling behaviors we use to avoid pain in our relationships. Inner Bonding has transformed my life by showing me how to take responsibility for my feelings, to heal and to truly love myself. How to Become Strong Enough to Love is a brilliant book that is both timely and profound, and I highly recommend this to everyone!”
Marci Shimoff,#1 NY Times bestselling author, Happy for No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul
“If you want to embrace the challenge— and the grandeur—of authentic love, then let this beautiful book become your North Star. Inner peace, joyful personal power, and yes, real love are the fruits of Inner Bonding. Read this book, practice the work, and watch the beauty that unfolds in your life as a result.”
Ken Page, LCSW, author of Deeper Dating, host of the Deeper Dating podcast