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Creating and thriving in strong, healthy relationships

  1. You usually have a sense of energy or zest

  2. You have an increased ability to act -- both within the relationship and out in the world

  3. You have a clarity about yourself, about the other person, and about the relationship

  4. You have an increased sense of value about yourself - you literally feel better about yourself

  5. You have an increased desire to go out and build more connections and relationshipsAMB: What do healthy relationships look like in the brain? AB: When neural pathways are strong, you have an increased ability to be in healthy relationships, and this is a self-reinforcing system.  There are four markers of the impact of relationships on the brain, and I use the CARE acronym to describe them.

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