When you hear the word “relationship,” what do you think of? Do you think of your boyfriend or girlfriend? Your best friend? Your siblings?
There are many different types of relationships. You have a different relationship with your parents than you do your best friend. You have a different relationship with your neighbors who are an older married couple than you do with your boyfriend or girlfriend. But despite all the different types of relationships, there is one thing you can have in common in all of them, and that’s how you treat the other person, namely with selflessness.
No matter what relationship you may be thinking about right now, here are 4 simple but big ways that you can invest in someone’s life and show you care about them.
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