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What Is It About Relationships?

 
Why Close Relationships Matter

Humans are social animals. We need relationships with others as much as we need shelter, food, and water. Our relationships with lovers, friends, and family confirm beliefs, give us information about the world, and reduce our anxiety, making us healthier. Relationships don’t come naturally to most people. We rush into – and run from – romantic relationships because we just aren’t good at making those intimate connections and keeping them up. The good news is relationship skills can be learned quite effectively. Think about how important your close relationships are to you, then test your "Relationship Quotient" or RQ.

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