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"Nearly every moment of every day, we have the opportunity to give something to someone else - our time, our love, our resources."
S. Truett Cathy

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Relationships are what enable us to Thrive.


Deep and meaningful relationships play a vital role in overall well-being. Research has proven that people with supportive and rewarding relationships have better overall mental health. An informative perspective on thriving through relationships, emphasizes two types of support that relationships can provide.

What is 'thriving'?

Relationships help individuals cope with stress or adversity, as well as support opportunities to learn, grow, explore, achieve goals, cultivate new talents, and find purpose and meaning in life. Relationships enable a person to thrive.

Thriving, I believe means having:

  • Feelings of well-being,happiness and satisfaction.
  • A sense of purpose and meaning in life.
  • A desire to progress toward meaningful life goals.
  • Feelings of positive worth.
  • Deep and meaningful relationships.
  • Physical good health and activity levels.

Two kinds of support

We thrive with well-functioning close relationships that provide different types of support with friends, parents, siblings, a spouse, or mentors.

The first important function of any of the above mentioned relationships is to support thriving through adversity,by enabling them to flourish either because of or in spite of their circumstances.

The second important function of relationships is to support thriving in the absence of adversity by promoting full participation in life opportunities for exploration, growth, and personal achievement. Supportive relationships help people thrive by encouraging the embrace and pursuit of opportunities that enhance positive well-being, broaden and build resources, and foster a sense of purpose and meaning in life.

Meaningful support is provided when the recipient feels understood, validated, and cared for.

Being able to verbalize your needs, accept support when needed, express gratitude for the support you have been given as well as provide reciprocal support, cultivate deep,meaningful and mutually caring relationships that enable us to thrive.

For more resources on creating more vitality, joy and connection in your relationships, download my free 3-part video series here: www.bev.co.il

This is what D. had to say about our work together."I have known Bev for many years. She is a great source of strength to me in her coaching me through my struggles with relationships. Because of the time I have invested with her, I have become a stronger person, and tackle my relationships with much more clarity. She has such insight and wisdom and I would highly recommend Bev to help "see the way forward. Thanks Bev!" 

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