Good relationships are like oxygen four our well-being. No matter where we are in life or where we are going, we all need good nurturing relationships. I have learned from my own experiences the importance of surrounding myself with right relationships at the right time. It can be very stressful being in either the right relationship at the wrong time or being in a wrong relationship at the wrong time. I am not just referring to male female marriage or dating relationships, but all types of relationships such as, friends, doctor, lawyer, dentist, hair stylist, etc.. We have to recognize the season that we are in, and make sure that our relationships are adding to our successes in life. If you find that a particular relationship is either hindering or taking away from your growth potential, then it is time to move on. We should be involved in fulfilling relationships with others that are based on giving and receiving. If there is an imbalance, someone is ultimately going to feel used or mistreated at some point. I know that I have been there a few times. That is why it is so important to evaluate your relationships and make sure they are a good fit for your overall well-being. Having right relationships will add value to life so we must choose wisely.
Taken from “Fitly Spoken” book by Tamara M. Jones
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Enjoy your weekend and Be Blessed!
Proverbs 10:22 ” The Blessing of the Lord, it makes truly rich, and He adds no sorrow with it [neither does toiling increase it.]”