Connections are what separates us from all the other species on planet earth.  We’re connected in many ways that most people don’t see or understand.  We know you have heard the term three degrees of separation; in essence, this is how we are connected and not separated.

There are many ways you can be connected with people; however, we will only touch on five kinds of connections. These are very important to know in everyday life and healthy dating:

  1. Family connections: also called platonic – with people who love and care for you, such as family and friends
  2. Relational connections – with people whom you see regularly and share an interest with, such as workmates or those who serve your morning coffee
  3. Collective connections – with people who share a group membership, on the same dating website, or affiliation with you, such as people who vote as you do or people who have the same faith.
  4. Intimate connections – people you have a casual, understanding, and friends with benefits of a sexual nature. Dating and intimate sexual relationships are connections that should be discussed in detail before agreeing to these types of connections. It can be a wonderful connection if everyone is on the same playing field.
  5. Mind, Body, Communication, and Spirit connections – this connection promotes professional and personal growth in dating, relationships, and marriage. These are deeper connections that can last a lifetime and are nurtured over a long time. We added this last because, in our opinion, it is the most important part of dating and relationship building.

    Ask yourself: do you have meaningful, long-term relationships in all these five areas? 

Health and Wellness Is Very Important In A Relationship

These can be interchangeable at times. Therefore, we will give you helpful information regarding healthy eating, relationships, supplements, and health coaching. Is it your Health! Your it you Relationships! Both aid in your continuous growth in your life and your ability to create generational wealth. 

Healthy Relationships have been proven to lower rates of anxiety and depression, higher self-esteem, greater empathy, and more trusting and cooperative relationships. Strong, healthy relationships can also help to strengthen your immune system, help you recover from disease, and may even lengthen your life.

Health and Wellness in a relationship are important because “we live and die with our teeth”! Therefore, one of the biggest concerns with dating as you age is your health and partner.  If your health is bad, you will spend more time and money paying to improve your health and not enjoy life together. If your health is not a top priority in your life and your partner’s life, you might need to find a like-minded dating pool. If you wish to transform your health and lose weight via eating health, I recommend starting one of the meal programs listed on

Healthy Life. Consist of nutrition, exercise, diet supplementation, stress management, a strong support network, living a wellness lifestyle, and building a relationship including mutual wellness vision.  Think about the sorts of relationships you have with people. If these relationships are stressful, filled with negativity, emotionally draining, and cause you anxiety, it is time to make a change.  Your circle of friends should be based on positive vibrations and connections; this should be the case in a dating relationship.   If you can bring your dating partner into your healthy living, it will be a match made in healthy heaven! We don’t get all the nutrients in food to keep us healthy, so it is advisable to supplement your diet with high-quality vitamins and supplements

Emotional Health is important in overall health and positively impacts the dating experience. Research shows that mediation and increased emotional health strategies can help you: view stressful situations differently, build skills that can help your manage stress, increase your self-awareness, focus on the present moment, and reduce negative emotions.

Physical and Mental Resilience. Learn to love yourself first, and you will have an abundance of love for others. Resilience is your ability to bounce back from life challenges. How does this relate to dating? Well, here you go:

A. Physical Resilience will help you stay healthy and strong and view the opposite sex as healthy.

B. Emotional Resilience is experiencing positive emotions and recovering quickly from negative emotions experienced on a bad date or a bad day!

C. Spiritual Resilience being able to maintain a higher meaning even in the face of disappointment and adversity; belief and maintaining a position outlook on dating and meeting the right person for you.

D. Mental Resilience is your ability to stay focused on the type of relationship and life you wish to build for yourself and with a solid life partner. Equally, when you face adversity and rejection in dating, you can healthily deal with these emotions.

NOTE:  Loving you starts inside and is seen clearly in your outside life.  Love who you are NOW, but be willing to make positive changes to become better and grow into the best you! – Coach Deon Huff