Come here to find resources and ideas that spark building healthy relationships; and encouragement to set aside the material things and pursue the heart things – the things that last.
Healthy relationships are vital to good health. We are designed to connect with others one on one and also in the larger community. Being sick makes this difficult. Not only do toxins wreak havoc on your body, they can also have a toxic effect on relationships. Being in survival mode leaves no time to nurture connections – at least not many.
I know first-hand coming out of illness probably means you need to be intentional with caring for the relationships in your life. Being strategic with planning, at least until it becomes part of your rhythm of life, ensures that the important things don’t slip through the cracks. You need time to develop, deepen, strengthen, and grow the relationships with those that matter most…your spouse, children, family, and friends.