What Makes A Good Life? It has been proven that the quality of your relationships at age 50 and beyond is a better predictor of your future than your cholesterol levels. And while alcoholism and smoking are top health threats, loneliness ranks very high as well. You don’t have to have a ton of friends,…

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• Authentically sharing your feelings • Communicating openly and honestly • Being kind and considerate • Honoring the other person’s values • Allowing the other person to explore and express new learning • Giving the other person space to grow • Being someone who encourages, a cheerleader • Being of peace and harmony • Being…

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They practice self-care as individuals. Your acceptance of your partner often reflects your acceptance of yourself. Thus, the first step to having a healthy relationship with someone else is to have a healthy relationship with yourself. However, acceptance of your partner does not mean that you tolerate abuse. Just wish them well and send them…

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