Well-developed individuals will learn how meet their needs for love, intimacy, nurture, and fellowship through functional loving relationships. Life evolves around people therefore the more skilled we are in interpersonal skills the more successful and happy we will be. Whether in family life, personal life, professional life, school life, church life and whatever other type of life interpersonal skills is essential yet most people are very ill equipped to manage themselves well let alone relationships well.
So much of what we consider today as nutrition is really just a secondary source of our life source and healthy energy. Love is one of the most if not the most important things for our health and happiness. When most think about health they think, “Diet” & “Exercise” right? When most people think of happiness they think of, “Family, passions, comfort & pleasure”. What most don’t realize is that both are powerful ingredients to our personal health and happiness.
This love isn’t just a love between two people it’s a love between a person and their life. It’s having a sense of thankfulness and gratitude towards life and the people in it. Love feeds us, yet doesn’t come on a plate. We can gain healthy sources of love in things such as a meaningful spiritual practice, a passionate and inspiring career, regular physical activity and loving relationships that feed your soul and your passion for living and enjoying your life.