The Post-Recession Relationship Reset:Ten Ways to Weed Out Relationships That Don’tWork—and Strengthen Those That DoOur economic upheaval has accomplished one good thing: it’s reminded many of us that the people we love matter more than anything money can buy. Susan Apollon explains how to make more room in your life for deeper, more meaningful relationships.It’s been a rough few years.As a nation we’ve lost many things. Jobs. Companies. Homes. Retirement funds. A sense of security. Here in the post-Madoff, post-GreatRecession era, many of us have even lost our faith in the bedrock American certainty that old-fashioned hard work leads to a comfortable and happy life. These are surely losses worth grieving. And yet, as we pick through the rubble of our old lives, many of us are discovering some pretty remarkable gifts, says Susan Apollon. Most notably, we’ve come to realize that our relationships with loved ones mean far more than driving the right car and living in the right house ever could. “When the trappings of materialism fall away, we can see that true joy and satisfaction are found in meaningful time spent with our partner,our children, our friends, and even our pets,” says Apollon, author of
Touched by the Extraordinary, Book Two: Healing Stories of Love, Loss & Hope.Take time to nurture the good relationships. “Happiness can come only from embracing unconditional love as often aspossible,” Facing the Truth about Your Relationship: The ABC Assessment.
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