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The Only Accurate Barometer of a Relationship Fit Is How You Feel

With 2018 drawing to a close, and with the extra socializing of the holidays, relationships can emerg
The Only Accurate Barometer of a Relationship Fit Is How You Feel
With 2018 drawing to a close, and with the extra socializing of the holidays, relationships can emerge more sharply into focus for many of us. Knowing when to trust our worry is nowhere more challenging than when it comes to relationships and understanding what our worry means. It’s often hard to know what is the relationship, and what is simply us, and teasing apart this line is seldom easy. 
In general, we worry because we care, and few things matter more to us than our relationships and keeping them healthy. Worry can also be a signal that in spite of our best efforts, a relationship isn’t as healthy for us as we need it to be.
Wishing you a peaceful close to 2018, and a New Year filled with wellness, love, and laughter. 

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