What holds us together (and rips us apart)

Did you know that the one key thing that preserves our well-being is the same thing that can destroy it? What is that one thing? It is the quality of our relationships. 

Is there anything more important than our relationships?
I don’t think so. Human beings are social animals. For most of us, our relationships with others are the primary source of our well-being.
 
We know from the research that …

But having said the above, relationships are also the main cause of our misery.

I hope you are not surprised. Relationships really are at the core of who we are and everything we do. 
 
Most of us know the importance of our relationships and we need to make time for them. But it can be all too easy to get distracted by the so-called importance of other things – our work, challenges we are having, and the general business of life.

Technology also leads many of us to spend more time engaging with our computer than we do with family, friends and workmates.
 
Ultimately, the most important factor that determines our happiness in this world comes down to our relationships.

What will you do to use relationships to enhance your own well-being as well as that of others?


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