Why Relationships Matter? - Reeta Tiwari

"Relationship matters a lot" to me. It can bring happiness and joy to life. The most significant relationship that can enhance all other experiences is the one with yourself. By consistently working on this beautiful relationship, we can improve self-care, self-love, and overall well-being.

While relationships with family and friends can bring happiness and joy to life, the best relationship is between me and my son. My son is six years old. When I come home and see the happiness on his face and in his eyes, it makes my day. He waits for me in the evening to play, and when I deny him, he gets angry. Then he wants me to make him smile. This "Ruthana Manana" is the best relationship in the world.

Relationships matter because they provide emotional support, connection, and a sense of belonging. They contribute to personal growth, happiness, and overall well-being. The relationship fosters a positive learning environment, promotes trust, and enhances communication. A solid teacher-student relationship can inspire motivation, academic success, and a lifelong love for learning.

Reeta Tiwari
Sunbeam, Bhagwanpur

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