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1 Relationship Brochure Janniece Dailey Relationship Brochure October 5, 2015 PSY 225 Sandra Branton
2 Relationship Brochure We all know that being in love feels good, love can actually be good for your overall health regardless of a person’s sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, or background, most people want to be in a relationship and have similar needs and feelings. Most couples who are looking for help in their relationship struggle with similar underlying issues such as intimacy, communication, partnership, and power. If a person is in a healthy, supportive relationship, they are more likely to have higher self-esteem, which lowers both men’s and women’s chances of becoming depressed. Other studies show that a person is more likely to adopt safer behaviors when they are in an intimate relationship. Finally, a loving relationship helps reduce a person’s anxiety. In terms of sex, there seems to be a real need for touch and connection. Connecting can be scary, but it’s how people bond with one another. In adulthood, we often find that connection

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