If you spend too long holding on to the one


1. When your whole life is unfolding and it is built on lack of trust – either in self or others – jealousy will cause the relationship to flounder.

2. The biggest difference trust makes in any relationship – and not just an intimate one – is that you can relax, be open, be yourself.

3. Being good to yourself equates to having a positive relationshipwith yourself and higher self-esteem.

4. Whether it is a friendship, a politician, a couple, a company, or a church, there is often more work at the beginning of a new relationship to gain or attract someone’s favor than there is every day thereafter. Shannon Scott

5. Whether it is a friendship, a politician, a couple, a company, or a church, there is often more work at the beginning of a new relationship to gain or attract someone’s favor than there is every day thereafter.

6. Today we are living longer and retiring earlier, . . . Rather than fading into the sunset, we have time to rediscover our personal uniqueness, deepen relationships, and question the mysteries of life.

7. Today we are living longer and retiring earlier, allowing us twenty-five or more years to pursue lifelong goals and passions. Rather than fading into the sunset, we have time to rediscover our personal uniqueness, deepen relationships, and question the mysteries of life.

8. Don’t give up at the first signs of friction: only through clear communication,
flexibility and willingness to adapt can you find a relationship that will weather
the storms of life.

9. Don’t give up at the first signs of friction: only through clear communication, flexibility and willingness to adapt can you find a relationship that will weather the storms of life.

10. To seek feedback about a difficult relationship, find someone you can
trust to ask.

11. To seek feedback about a difficult relationship, find someone you can trust to ask.

12. Beyond friendships adding to the list of improving life success and happiness, experts also assert that supportive relationships improve our odds of survival by fifty percent.”

 

 

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