#1: Relationships Equal Health, Wealth, & Happiness


Relationships matter, a lot. People who are in good relationships enjoy better mental health and better physical health. They do not become as sick as often as people in poor relationships, and when they do fall ill they recover more quickly.


People in good relationships accumulate more wealth in their lifetimes, and they tend to be more successful in their work.


People in good relationships tend to raise healthier and happier children, who themselves grow up to have better relationships than children raised in strained or conflicted families.

Wide Reaching Benefits

These effects are powerful and robust, and they are supported by dozens of research studies. They are not a simple consequence of healthier people entering into relationships – these benefits seem to emerge directly from the emotional tone and degree of connection within the relationships themselves.

Relationships generate very specific and quantifiable benefits. As you decide whether you have time or the energy to focus on your relationship – either now or in the near future – keep these benefits in mind.

Other Key Premises

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"It was nice knowing that the information I received at the seminar was based on decades of research. The case studies were really interesting."

"I never thought about the many ways my relationship influenced my life."

"I wish I had come to this years ago when my husband and I were still newlyweds."

"We spent months planning our wedding, but no time thinking about our relationship. This seminar helped us figure out a plan for our future."

"It was the best money we ever spent on us."

"I thought it was going to be a big therapy session. It was actually entertaining and the science behind the advice made me see the value in being there."