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Relationships

People with high relational well-being have satisfying and balanced relationships with themselves, other individuals, and society as a whole. They are able to empathize with and respect diverse others while simultaneously asserting their own needs and opinions. They have a capacity for intimacy while also being able to find and enjoy time alone. These individuals also have a good social support network that they feel comfortable leaning on in times of difficulty.

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Healthy Campus Taskforce: Paws for Wellness

Health and Wellness
Phone: 410-704-2065
E-mail: healthandwellness@towson.edu


 

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