4) Healthier Behaviors
You have probably been told once or twice in your life the importance of surrounding yourself with good people. As a child, this is especially reinforced as you tend to copy the actions of your peers and friends. While you may have more self-awareness as you grow older, you still look to others to guide you in your life. People in relationships will spend a significant amount of time with their partner, thus allowing that person to have an impact, positive or negative, on them. If your partner has positive habits such as eating healthier or working out every week, they will inspire you to do the same. Your partner’s healthy behaviors will start to become your own and help your health. While not all of your partner’s habits will be right for you, give them a try and see if they make a positive difference in your life.
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