Ron and Mary Hulnick, formally H. Ronald Hulnick and

Ron and Mary
Hulnick, formally H. Ronald Hulnick and

American Clinical Psychologists and Counselors, Ron is President of the University of Santa Monica and Mary is Chief Academic Officer of the University of Santa Monica

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Because I am the only person I will have a relationship with all my life, I choose:

To love myself the way I am now.
To always acknowledge that I am enough just the way I am.
To love, honor and cherish myself.
To be my own best friend.
To be the person I would like to spend the rest of my life with.
To always take care of myself so that I can take -care of others.
To always grow, develop and share my love and life.

What I most want to teach, is what I most need to learn.

One of the principles of spiritual psychology is that "healing is the application of loving to the parts inside that hurt."

If ever there was a way to transform a life of quiet desperation into a life of effective peaceful living, healing inner hurts surely ranks right up there. As you resolve issues, you stand up in who you truly are and find purpose and meaning in sharing your unique contribution.

The more issues you resolve, the more you evolve spiritually, the more peaceful and caring you become, and the more you contribute to the evolution of consciousness of the human species. As we say at USM, "Every time one person resolves one issue, all of humanity evolves."

Meaning is a natural and automatic by-product of a life filled with acts of love. If you want to live a life filled with meaning, start expressing from your essential loving nature. Start singing your song.

eight keys or ways you can build a more intimate and mutually fulfilling heart-to-heart relationship:

1. Seek to become a really good heart-centered listener.

2. Share gratitude and heartfelt appreciation.

3. Small kindnesses reap large dividends.

4. Keep your agreements.

5. Take responsibility for your own upset.

6. Celebrate your own and each other's successes.

7. Resist the urge to complain about your partner with your friends or family.

8. Develop and maintain supportive and mutually agreed upon ground rules and guidelines.

And now, here are an additional four keys we've found that work wonders: 1. Be willing to give up personal space. 2. Prize your partner. 3. Touch with love. 4. Your job is not to fix, change, manipulate, or control your partner -- your job is to love them.

Because I am the only person I will have a relationship with all of my life, I choose: To love myself the way I am now. To always acknowledge that I am enough just the way I am. To love, honor and cherish myself. To be my own best friend. To be the person I would like to spend the rest of my life with. To always take care of myself so that I can take care of others. To always grow, develop and share my love and life.

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Ron and Mary
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Hulnick, formally H. Ronald Hulnick and
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American Clinical Psychologists and Counselors, Ron is President of the University of Santa Monica and Mary is Chief Academic Officer of the University of Santa Monica