Paul Chaplin

I Want Love But… Realising the Power of You

Paul Chaplin has had an extraordinary life: multi-millionaire lawyer and published legal text books author; multi-award winning porn baron and actual porn star; made millions, and been through bankruptcy; former owner of Loaded magazine and Loaded TV; singer/songwriter/guitarist with his band Candyrock; owner of the Paul Raymond top-shelf magazines empire; writer, director and star of Netflix sitcom “Sexxx” and Netflix comedy sketch show “PC World”; lives a playboy lifestyle, with very public make ups and break ups. Now a qualified CBT Practitioner (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), Paul has brought his unique life experience to the writing of “I Want To Love But … Realising The Power of You.” Written in his easy to read style, Paul’s Book explains how being — really being — You, can get the love you want. So many people wish that their relationship to love could be better, and happier. As many people fear the impact of love on their lives and happiness. But few people really want to change, as the price of engaging with love. Yet, this is what self-help guides typically ask you to do. Paul’s approach is very different. The book shows how you can get the love you want, by being You and by committing to yourself. The good news is that you don’t need to change a thing about yourself. You can get the love you want, just by being yourself. How easy is that? It’s not about learning to love yourself: a common theme in self-help which is merely pursuing an illusion of love. It’s you who wants to love, not some fantasy person. We all experience WAFER: Walls, Anxieties, Fears, Energies and Reactions. “I Want To Love But…” urges you to preserve your WAFER, not crumble it. By being More you, not Less you. By becoming Bigger, not Smaller. By appreciating all the good and all the bad in you. By becoming better at simply being You.
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