“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.” – Morrie Schwartz, Tuesdays With Morrie When we experience healthy relationships of all kinds, we experience the joys of life
An important part of having healthy and happy relationships is to maintain a positive view of your relationships, especially when times are tough or relationships are strained. One way to practice this reframing of your relationships is to practice daily
Boundaries often have a negative connotation, but when we use them appropriately, they can help us to strengthen our relationships and experience healthier, happier, and safer relationships overall. Today, we’re sharing 4 practical steps for setting healthy boundaries in relationships
Our own definitions of healthy relationships can vary, but all healthy relationships are based on respect, trust, safety, acceptance, freedom of choice, positive communication and conflict management, and fun. Use the questions above to help you evaluate your relationships and
Safe relationships are free from all forms of abuse, neglect, and any threats to one’s safety. We’re sharing some questions today to help you reflect on your relationships. Remember that safety is the foundation of all relationships, and without it,
Before you can determine whether your relationships are happy, healthy, and safe, it’s important to know what each component can look like in relationships! Through the Healthy Relationships Initiative, we’ve developed a pyramid model for Happy, Healthy, and Safe relationships.
Perfection is not a requirement for healthy relationships! Even healthy relationships encounter challenges and conflicts. In healthy relationships, these challenges become opportunities for growth and learning.
The Healthy Relationships Initiative promotes happy, healthy, and safe relationships of all kinds. But what does it mean to have healthy, happy, and safe relationships? Does healthy and happy look different in our romantic relationships, then for example, our work
Today, we’re wrapping up our Fifth Annual Healthy Relationships Week with a final challenge! We encourage you to unplug your devices today and intentionally connect with someone you love. Spending time connecting with yourself also counts! While technology can help us stay
Today marks the first day of our fifth annual Healthy Relationships Week! For the fifth year in a row, we’re offering 7 days of consecutive resources to help you strengthen all of your relationships, focusing on one particular relationship each day