Daily Inspiration

Shame ends when you let go of believing you cause others' behavior and accept your lack of control over others' unloving behavior. Thinking there is something wrong with you is a way to avoid the heartache and loneliness of others' rejection.

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"Everyone is always telling me to stop being so controlling.  Margaret is the first one who has given me the tools to do it - a way to reconnect with my core - my inner child - and learn how to take responsibility and feel the hurts that lie underneath it all.  I feel incredibly empowered." Kripalu Workshop, 9/08
Connie Florio Welton

"I realized how many manipulations and controlling behaviors I used. It was illuminating to acknowledge and love my wounded self - and liberating!
Esther Wolk

'Fantastic.  Just what I needed.  Not only did I learn more about the 6-Step process, but I found my Spiritual Advisor.  Also, learning that I'm the only one can control my happiness.  Stop looking outside for approval from the outside, we have to love ourselves.' Kripalu Workshop, 9.10
Debbie Kasinskas

"Everyone is always telling me to stop being so controlling.  Margaret is the first one who has given me the tools to do it - a way to reconnect with my core - my inner child - and learn how to take responsibility and feel the hurts that lie underneath it all.  I feel incredibly empowered." Kripalu Workshop, 9/08
Connie Florio Welton

"This was the most powerful technique IĆ­ve learned in my many years of self-exploration and therapy." Kripalu Workshop - Lenox, MA - 5/2001
Mary Lou Meehan

'I met my Loving Adult.  I didn't even know she existed after all these, (48), years!' Kripalu Workshop, 9.10
Jodie L.

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