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One Reminder for Relationship Success – Jayson Gaddis – 322

By Jayson
December 23, 2020

Did you know the longest study conducted by Harvard University on human behavior found that the single biggest determining factor of a well-lived life was based on the quality of relationships the participants had?

In today’s podcast, I give a few more examples of human behavioral studies showing how relationships affect the overall quality of life. I also give tips on how moving forward with your relationships with yourself and others are going to fit into all the challenges that lie ahead in the new year.

1 Comment

  1. Kori

    Jayson, such a great point about the “stubbornness” activating stress within the body and this being toxic to our health.
    I was in the position you described, in relationship with a man for 4.5 years who was unwilling to do the work. I continued to try, I sought coaching for myself, I used all the tools and skills I had as a coach and therapist, and I asked patiently for his participation. But nothing changed. I’m patient, I resourced myself, I gave him the benefit of the doubt consistently, and I realize how many excuses and justifications I made for his behavior over the years, over and over and over again. It’s obvious how much I aged as a result of not having my needs met from my partner. I have many strengths, and I overused them in this situation. Repeatedly.


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