Hi Everyone and Happy Monday to you all. Long time no write. Life has been great! I can’t complain. I have been busy with a lot of personal projects, and of course family life.
Tonight I would like to talk to you about your relationship goals and how they affect you health wise. I recently spoke with an associate of mine about relationships, and how they can take a toll on your health. Now if you are in a strong and flourishing relationship then most likely it will help you thrive as a human being, but what if you are in just the opposite?
Negative relationships can almost deteriorate a person. I have seen so many women day in and day out stay in relationships only to end up with nothing in the end. Sure they look well put together on the outside, but they are dying on the inside. Trust me I have been there, but I am here to tell you that there is hope at the end of the tunnel. Whether you decide to stay or to go, it is up to you to cultivate any relationship that you are in. Granted there is another person involved, but you can help steer it back into the right direction. Then if you have tried all you can, it might be time to just let it go.
Negative relationships take a toll on your physical health as well as your mental health. These relationships fester anger, stress, anxiety, and depression. All these symptoms make you more susceptible to infection and chronic illness. I do not mean to sound like “Debbie Downer”, but it is time for all of us to take care of our own well being first. Only by doing that can you be prepared to be your best self for others. Take time to think about it tonight. What are your real relationship goals (Whether it is a intimate partner, friend, or family member)? Who do you need to exclude from your well being?
Live. Love. Well & Fit.