A relationship can mean different things to different people, but they have the innate ability to change people no matter what it is. It can be a girlfriend, boyfriend, spouse, friends, or family members.
A relationship can also include non-romantic interactions, such as business partner/associate or co-worker. However, we do not limit it to romantic or sexual experiences.
There are many professional relationships, like the one you have with your doctor, trainer, or fitness consultant. These connections can inform, motivate, and keep you grounded as you progress on your fitness journey.
When you are in a relationship, many issues can affect your health and fitness journey.
How does connecting with other people affect your health and fitness journey? Relationships can affect your self-esteem. Also, interactions with others can affect how you see humanity and life. Other people can be a source of happiness or sadness. They can distract you from the things in life you should focus on, such as your health, fitness, or personal goals.
Some relationships are healthy, others are not so healthy. They can affect your self-esteem and how you see the world around you. Thus, the goal is to maintain positive interactions that help you improve your health and fitness. Avoid or eliminate negative people that damage or prevent you from improving your health or fitness.