6 Ways Your Posture Can Build Healthy Relationships
If your mom nagged you about the importance of good posture, she knew what she was talking about. Good physical posture can have positive effects. The same thing is true in relationships. Good relational posture is also important. For healthier relationships, start with a posture of humility. Humility acknowledges that you need other people—and not just to do what you want them to. Humility recognizes other people have strengths and insights. Humility listens rather than just lecture. Humility seeks advice and counsel from others. Bring a posture of humility to your relationships.
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