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In today’s fast-paced world, it’s important to form connections and nurture good relationships. A relationship can affect our emotional and mental health, as well as our physical health and well-being.
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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) emphasises whole-body wellness. Therefore, quality relationships are considered an essential element that contributes to better overall health and well-being. Without fulfilling, wholesome connections with others, many emotional and mental issues may surface – for instance, loneliness, anxiety, and depression. As a result, this can lead to unhealthy or debilitating habits that put us at risk of health issues like obesity, heart diseases, diabetes, and others.
It's important to understand that healthy relationships don't just happen. Instead, we need to cultivate them through a process of constant communication and meaningful interaction, which in turn, will enable us to live longer, happier lives.

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