Positive Relationships

by | Dec 6, 2019 | Powerful Paragraphs | 0 comments

Human beings are social creatures. Of all the species on the planet, none work in such coordinated cooperation as people. Even selfless ants don’t work together in the myriad ways that humans do because they don’t have a developed prefrontal-cortex that’s capable of imaging what could be and keeping everyone and everything relatively organized. We’re only able to do what we do and experience the joy and meaning that we do because of relationships.

How are you nurturing your relationships today?

This Powerful Paragraph is based on an earlier exploration of Carol Ryff’s 1989 study on the six dimensions of well-being. Find the original study abstract here.

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