Healthy Relationships

A Healthy Relationship Starts with You!

Relationships need to be healthy. A bad relationship can take its toll on a person mentally, physically and emotionally. While it takes two to make a relationship work, the truth is, you have to be good yourself before you can make it work for the both of you.

Do you remember the old saying, “if momma’s not happy then no one is happy”? Well this is sort of true as well when it comes to a relationship except that it pertains to each person as an individual.

If one person is not happy as an individual then how can they be good in a relationship? They can’t! Taking care of yourself today will make you a happier person tomorrow.

Here are a few tips to being the healthiest and happiest you can be:

  • Choose healthy options when eating. This is not to say you can’t have that slice of… Continue reading

How to Stay Close to Your Partner

The “special” person in your life; the one you’ve chosen to spend your life with is often one of the most important relationships that you will have outside of your family. With the daily distractions of life it can be easy to drift apart from one another.

photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.netStaying close is not difficult but it just takes simple techniques to keep that connection alive:

  • Take time to talk – without the background noise. This means turn off the television and the radio. You can’t fully listen to one another when you’ve got the news or your favorite song playing in the back of your head.
  • It is so easy to always point out peoples faults. Remember to take time to point out the positive aspects of the other person. You get more with honey then you do lemons.
  • Find time to spend together. This means real, quality time. It’s not… Continue reading

Nurturing Your Relationships

Today more than ever it seems as if everyone is part of the rat race. Life is moving fast and everyone seems to have less and less time for one another. Getting with family for dinner is not as common as it use to be. Even the kids are busier today.

photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.netSo how can you keep those family and friend connections close? Remember these simple yet effective tips:

  1. Make an effort to stay connected. It can be through a quick visit to their home or office if you are in the area. Also take time to send a quick email or make a call to them just say hello.
  2. Also take time to forge new relationships with people who share similar interests. This could be a co-worker who you can share lunch with a few times a week. Feeling connected to people outside of work and the chaos of… Continue reading

How to Keep that Healthy Spark in Your Relationship


Relationships are a part of life. We need that companionship. When you find that one person that makes everything seem right, the world is a good place. However, over time, relationships can go through the course of becoming routine. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but it’s in these times that you can see where you may not be as close to the other person as you once were. You m ay not do as much together or take time to talk the way you use to.

We need relationships in our lives. However, these relationships must be healthy and beneficial to our life. Keeping your marriage or dating relationship healthy is essential to the overall life of the relationship. So how do you keep that relationship healthy and thriving? The answer is actually easier then you think. All it takes is some time, dedication and a… Continue reading

Saving for Retirement – It’s Never Too Late

If you’ve been keeping an eye on the news, chances are you’ve seen the struggles that the Social Security Administration is under. 30 or 40 years ago, social security was seen as something to look forward to. It would a way to supplement your income when you’re at the age where you cannot work anymore. It was a safety net for those getting older.

Today however, social security has seen cut back. The age at which a person can receive full social security benefits keeps rising. Many people question whether or not there will be any social security funds let by the time they reach retirement age. This is a common fear amongst those currently in their 30’s and 40’s.

This is why there is a strong need to have a backup plan in place when it comes to retirement and your savings. It will take more than social… Continue reading

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