Good Relationships Matter. Bad Ones Need to Go.
Updated: Nov 11, 2018
The following video shares my long-held conviction that establishing, maintaining, and treasuring our relationships makes for one of the healthiest things we can do. In our pursuit of happiness, Harvard researchers conclude that happiness is not acquired through fame, fortune or achievement, but rather in the quantity and quality of the relationships we make across our lifetime. This study points out that being happily divorced may have far greater health benefits than staying miserably married but emphasizes the importance of having a secure attachment with another into our latter years for optimal health and well-being. “Leaning in” to loving relationships and forming strong, long-lasting bonds are – perhaps – the best use of our time. My motto “together better, or apart with integrity” is right in line with this video’s message. Enjoy.