Are You Living in an Orange Bowl? Are Your Relationships Happy and Healthy?

Love is one of the world’s greatest motivators. It has driven men and women to seek, find, and pursue happiness. It is often described as a divine force that can move mountains. In its simplest form, love is a devotion, a willingness to give of yourself for others, even if you don’t feel like it.

To understand love fully, it must be viewed on an individual level. Love encompasses a range of positive and negative emotional and psychological states, from an overarching religious feeling, the highest personal religious virtue, to the easiest pleasures. Love includes feelings such as security, belonging, acceptance, belonging, trust, safety, and so on. While love can change and develop based on circumstances and relationships, these are common and important in order for love to occur.

People who have unconditional love tend to feel that they are loved in return. They experience no fear, anger, pain, resentment, or loss, and their relationships are fulfilling. When love is experienced on an emotional level, it tends to bring about positive, life-changing emotions that positively impact one and everyone else in the vicinity. For example, sharing your warm embrace with another person can set you free, as well as allow you to connect with and recognize the other person deeply. This connection will enhance your physical well-being, as well as your mental well-being. Your emotional well-being will influence your physical well-being, which in turn affects your emotional well-being, which in turn influences your physical well-being.

Conversely, when people lack feelings of love, they often feel lonely, depressed, disconnected, and alone. This lack of connectedness often leads to a pessimistic view of the world, feelings of sadness and despair, as well as the inability to make productive connections with others. When you experience sadness and despair because you do not feel loved, you will shut down and isolate yourself from others. Those who nurture their feelings of love do not shut themselves off from others, but they learn to connect with those around them and extend caring and friendship to those they hold dearest. They also develop skills that enable them to be present with others in the midst of challenging times, and they are able to remain connected in the face of adversity.

Emotional well-being and personal satisfaction depend upon being connected with and accepting others for who they are. In order to bring someone happiness and joy, you must first accept them for who they are. Once you have accepted who they are, you then need to be available to that person in their time of need and allow them to access you in ways that may be available only through love. Love includes being available, listening, responding, caring, supporting, praising, and loving your co-workers, your friends, your family, and especially your spouse. It also includes the time, energy and resources you expend in making your relationships, your co-workers’ relationships and your friends’ relationships, as well as those of your spouse and your children, successful and long-lasting.

In order to keep emotional well-being strong and your romantic love alive, you need to make sure that you are receiving all the benefits of nurturing your emotions. It’s easy to fall into a rut of negative thoughts and feelings about someone else or yourself. You might be so consumed by your negative emotions that you fail to recognize or even care if the other person is having difficulties. A key strategy for maintaining emotional health includes being present with your partner and your children when they are feeling sad, lonely, worried, depressed, worried about something or other, or just generally feeling bad. Taking the time to listen compassionately and lovingly to your partner and children, and by connecting with them on an intimate level, will help you maintain emotional wellness and happiness.