A simple framework for building better relationships



Relationships are key to mental health.  If our relationships are strong, then we more than likely will be healthy.  If, however, our relationships aren’t strong (or worse), then there’s a strong likelihood that not only will our mental health be compromised, but our physical health could also come under attack.

The thing is that, really, relationships have to be developed and maintained.  Too often, I hear stories of people who want their relationships to be “how they used to be” and don’t put much energy into how those relationships are right now.  One of the many things that I appreciate about my formal training and education is that the “hows” of building relationships were constantly addressed.  Because I studied Leadership from an educational psychology perspective, I learned a great deal about student and colleague motivation and performance.  The core idea was that building relationships between people can lead to success…

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