A person or a human being is not just a family member he/she is a part of this society, the bonding and kind of relationship we develop among our family members, friends, impacts the society.
Cultivating the habits of loving-kindness, compassion mercy, Generocity - nonstealing, forgiving oneself and others can help in developing healthy and harmonious relationships within the family and with the surrounding environment. But to develop these virtues one should make lots of effort in developing themselves.
Everyone knows the immediate effects of being in a healthy, positive relationship: a large smile on your face, a spring in your step and a more positive demeanor. However, did you know that being in a healthy relationship can also improve your physical and mental health? The following are a few health benefits.
When you’re in a healthy relationship, thinking about your significant other can make your heart feel like it’s swelling with love. It comes as no surprise then that being in a healthy relationship leads to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and a decreased heart attack rate.
Published studies from publications such as the British Medical Journal have shown that, for both men and women, a healthy relationship improves overall physical health in more than just the heart. In fact, research has shown that patients in healthy relationships recover quicker from both minor injuries and surgeries.
After spending a significant amount of time with a partner, it’s given that you’ll start to pick up on some of their small habits. It should be no surprise that when your significant other leads a healthy lifestyle, you’ll be more inclined to lead one too. Studies have shown that when your significant other eats healthy, works out often and maintains an active lifestyle, chances are good that you’ll start to pick up those traits as well and adapt them into your daily routine.
You won’t just reap physical benefits while in a healthy relationship, as being in one can strengthen your mental aspect as well. On average, couples who are in a state of bliss experience less depression than those who are single or are in an otherwise unhappy relationship. In fact, while many men claim to prefer the bachelor lifestyle, research at the Michigan State University shows that married men are significantly healthier and happier than they were as eligible bachelors.
If you’re over the age of 75, being in a healthy relationship can decrease the chance of dementia; couple this with a decreased risk of heart attacks, and it’s no wonder why some of the oldest humans on the planet are those with strong, healthy relationships.
Live & Let Live is one of the formula without which we cannot have peace of mind , forgiving other's and oneself can also be very beneficial to have a healthy relationship. Ultimately the struggle or competition should be on improving oneself other than trying to point out other's mistakes or inability. In many spiritual holy books it is written that the body is just a vehicle of the soul, the soul has to learn and move forward for further development, one should understand that the learning or the lesson is important for us to develop our own soul, and everyone are under the same process they make a mistake they learn. Ultimately the journey of life is a process of learning, " Learning by doing" or Experiential Learning. People make mistakes until they learn the lesson, if a lesson is not learnt they tend to follow the same "process of making mistake and learn how to not make the similar mistake ".
Now that you know the benefits of a healthy relationship, take the steps to ensure that your relationship is the best it can be.