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Being separate can be a healthy way to recognize healthy boundaries for relationships. Yet, with our social nature, humans need a sense of belonging and connectedness to others. This is especially true for those involved in intimate communication, such as families   , friendships, marriage, church and even neighborhoods and communities. Maintaining the connection between people involves mental exercises in thinking and physical acts of remembering.

Our thinking shapes how you feel and what you do. Many famous thinkers, from Dr. Norman Vincent Peale and many others, teach that what you believe and think will have a profound effect on your life. "You become what you think about" is a truth validated by decades of experience.

Many scientists today believe that repeated thoughts produce electrochemical charges that create physical "circuitry" pathways in the brain. To keep thinking the same thoughts over and over wears a channel so that the same thoughts become habitual patterns. This is great if the thoughts are wholesome and life-giving, but can be harmful with destructive   , negative thinking.

Negative Thinking Destroys Many Relationships
Renowned psychologists have dedicated their lives to understanding what destroys marriages, families, friendships and communities. A common discovery is that harsh thoughts which criticize, condemn, and minimize others are major causes to the decline of happiness in relationships.

The statistics are startling: 40-to-50 % of marriages fail; domestic violence is prevalent; families are threatened by *****, alchol   , and apathy. Headline stories in newspapers and the evening news expose gory details about crime, unrest and social anxiety.
But it does not have to be that way. In fact, you can have very positive, fulfilling relationships.

Positive Beliefs and Thoughts Create Love, Joy and Happiness
Many strong marriages, families   , friendships and communities thrive when there is respect, trust and confidence in one another. These relationships have a common rooting in a positive belief: that a loving God is present and involved with people at all times. The belief of connection with God is a sustaining force which overcomes negativity and generates peace of mind about being separated. What would result if the thinking and belief of those who are separated by time and spac.                    
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