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How Your Inner Circle Impacts Your Well-Being and How They Can Support You?

Your inner circle is made up of the people you spend the most time with. These are the people who have the biggest impact on your life, for better or for worse.

Your inner circle impacts your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. The people you spend the most time with can have a significant influence on your overall health and happiness.

From the food, you eat to the way you think and feel, your inner circle can have a major impact on your well-being.

If you’re surrounded by positive, supportive people, it can do wonders for you. On the other hand, if your inner circle is full of judgmental, negative, or toxic people, it can drag you down and impact your well-being adversely. 


3 TIPS FOR BUILDING A POSITIVE SOCIAL CIRCLE


Having a handful of supportive positive friends is much better than having a ton of negative acquaintances. Focus on the quality of the people in your life and invest time and attention into those relationships.

1. Focus on quality, not quantity. When building a positive social circle, a good place to start is by seeking out those you admire. Look for people with positive qualities, attitudes, accomplishments, or whatever you admire. Gravitating towards and spending time with these types of people will help you take on their positive traits and attitudes.

2. Seek what you admire. Research shows that healthy and supportive relationships can reduce stress and improve your overall health and sense of well-being. However, all relationships are not equally supportive or positive. If someone in your life is no longer good for you, it’s perfectly acceptable to let them go. Only you know if the relationship is worth keeping or not.

3. Know when to let go. Research shows that healthy and supportive relationships can reduce stress and improve your overall health and sense of well-being. However, all relationships are not equally supportive or positive. If someone in your life is no longer good for you, it’s perfectly acceptable to let them go. Only you know if the relationship is worth keeping or not.

Also, Here are some ideas on ways you can ask your “inner circle/team” to help you in your weight loss journey towards your short- and long-term goals.

✅Support can be Emotional: A shoulder to lean on when you’re feeling discouraged.

✅Practical: Someone to watch the kids while you exercise. Do you eat at others’ houses? What can they do to help you stay on track when eating at their house? One thing that we recommend clients do is give their parents copies of the recipes and let them know what their habit of the month is.

✅Inspiring: An exercise partner who encourages you to get out and move on those days when your favorite TV show seems like a higher priority.

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