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Every living being has desires to love and be loved. 

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Are there people in your life that you resent? People that you need to forgive? People that you’d like to get to know better but don’t know how to proceed? CAM explores how and why learning to love, to care for others, to show compassion and to express appreciation can revolutionize the way you relate to the people in your life. In the process, you’ll also learn how healthy relationships foster better physical health. Scientific research has shown that understanding our own heart intelligence can: 

  • Increase one’s life span 
  • Lower stress levels 
  • Decrease the incidence of heart-related illnesses
  • Lower rates of diabetes
  • Improve mental capacity
  • Improve test-taking abilities and overall academic success

Describe how not being your best self in relationships can manifest itself in negative ways...

Living without an understanding of one’s heart intelligence can be frustrating and lonely, not to mention challenging because of the negative impacts that strained or broken relationships can have on physical health. Joy, happiness and satisfaction are hard to sustain when relationships are fragile, while failing to forgive people who have hurt us and hanging on to unhealthy relationships fosters more stress, irritation, unhappiness and poor self-esteem. Finding a way to break free from these negative patterns is essential for creating and sustaining vital connections with the people we interact with on a daily basis.   

Surround yourself with goodness — from your food, to the people in your life, to your workouts. Every day, focus on being the best you can be from the inside out. When you are disciplined with this, you will live in the happy.
— Lacey Stone