A new study in the journal Global Epidemiology authored by Dr, Brendan Case (Associate Director for Research at Harvard University’s Human Flourishing Program gain and Dr. Ying Chen, research associate), it makes the case in its findings that married women were more optimistic and had a greater sense of purpose.
Their findings’ were striking. The married women also had lower risk of cardiovascular disease, less depression and loneliness, were happier and more optimistic, and had a greater sense of purpose and hope.
Health consists of a myriad of factors for each of us—and one thing we know for certain is that HEALTH IS CONNECTING. Positive personal relationships are powerful healing tools… essential for coping with day-to-day frustrations, working through a crisis and, in the long run to make your life more meaningful and fun.
This is your one-and-only life… treasure it…and, as Charles Dickens recommended: “Friendship? Yes, please.”