As you know from my other post for MindBodyGreen on communication strategies for relationships, I believe it’s important to attend to your work life in a holistic fashion. Because problems at home can spill over into the workplace and vice versa, it’s essential that you take stock of all aspects of your life to perform at your peak.
In particular, healthy relationships can provide you with an important source of support to deal with the stresses that can arise in the workplace. However, if your relationships are a source of stress, they can be a distraction and a drain that prevents you from doing your best work.
If you want to make sure that your relationships are up to par, read this article for some helpful resolutions to make in 2015.
For many of us, our romantic relationships are one of the most central part of our lives. When things are going well, they are a source of total joy; but when they’re not, our relationships can bring about heartache. Though ultimately, our happiness really depends on how we handle our relationships, and how we treat ourselves.
There are probably things we have done or said in our relationships this year that have made things a little more tough than we’d like. The good news is that we can change — and what better time to reflect and set intentions for a better relationship than the end of the year?
If you want this year to be one in which you have the best love life possible, consider making these relationship resolutions:
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