• Start and end the day with your chosen routine/method of inspirational or motivational recitation: reading, listening, singing or prayer and meditation.
  • Drink a cup of water or tea in the morning; ensure at least 2-3 litres of fluids a day, preferably water.
  • Daily or weekly exercise programme or 30 minutes walk. Practice deep breathing periodically during the day. Remember your quick invigorating shower.

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Social Interaction

Attachment in life starts from the womb. As the foetus develops and gets used to the womb environment, it comes to a stage when it has to leave that environment at term and emerge into the world. From this stage the new born baby, still attached to the care of the mother, learns to get used to its new environment with much love and care showered upon it by the people around. The baby continues to get used to the people around, interacting and learning to accept them as part of its life experience and sometimes, preferring some to the others, and forming more bonds.

With time the baby becomes aware of the family where it feels safe as it gradually gets integrated into the society. At every stage of life that place of belonging, security and acceptance is crucial for the successful emergence and progression to fulfillment. Whenever there is a problem in any of these areas, such as starting or changing school, leaving home, changing jobs, moving home, finding or changing partners, bereavement, etc, it affects the whole being and even body functions and performance.

All these have one thing in common: leaving or loosing the place of security and comfort zone, with the fear of the unknown, coupled with the challenge of integration and acceptance in the new environment. Part of healthy development is to ascertain how to overcome the negative tendencies of such periods by learning early, skills necessary for effective, communication, socialisation, group activities, team building, and always maintain a network of friends and acquaintances. In order to achieve this, there has to be give-and-take, and a willingness to forgive one another even in life partnership or marriage, which is so important in adulthood. But you really have to be physically, emotionally and psychologically ready.

The eBook 'The Relationship Saver' by Radomir Samadzic for repairing or saving relationships or marriages has benefitted some people.

Link: http://www.relationshipsaver.org

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