The Harvard Study of Adult Development has followed over seven hundred men since the nineteen thirties. The study’s current leaders recently released a book based on the research which shows that hands down what keeps people happy and healthy is good relationships. The researchers encourage people to take stock of their relationships, nurture casual relationships, make time for conversation, cultivate kindness, learn to apologize, ask questions, express your love, and be willing to be vulnerable.
This information seems especially significant as we wrap up National Marriage Week. No earthly relationship is more important than the marriage relationship and the family that typically develops from that relationship. That tells us promoting marriage and family is one of the best things we can do to help people be happier and healthier.
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