558 – What’s love got to do with it? 7 real benefits of love.

558 - What's love got to do with it? 7 real benefits of love.

Terry welcomes a special guest to the show today, Pastor Roger Gosnell. Roger has just launched a podcast show entitled, “Journey to Greatness.” He has been speaking and training others on the topics of love, self discovery, and inner healing for decades. So we are honored to have him with us on the show today.

First and foremost, love has the power to increase our self-esteem. When someone loves us and accepts us for who we are, it boosts our confidence and self-worth. This, in turn, can lead to greater success and fulfillment in all areas of our lives.

Secondly, love has a profound impact on our mental health. Research has shown that love can reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety and increase feelings of happiness and well-being. This is because love stimulates the release of neurotransmitters such as dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin, which are known to promote feelings of happiness and contentment.

Thirdly, love provides us with increased resilience. When we have someone who loves us and is there for us in difficult times, it makes it easier for us to cope with life’s challenges and overcome adversity. Love gives us the strength to keep going, even when the going gets tough.

Fourthly, love has a positive impact on our physical health. Love has been linked to a stronger immune system, lower blood pressure, and a reduced risk of heart disease. This is because love stimulates the release of hormones such as endorphins, which can help to reduce stress and promote feelings of well-being.

Fifthly, love helps to improve our relationships with others. When we feel loved and valued, it leads to stronger, healthier relationships with others, as well as a greater sense of community and belonging. This sense of connection is essential for our happiness and well-being and can be a source of comfort and support throughout our lives.

Sixthly, love gives us a sense of purpose and motivation. Feeling loved and valued by others can provide us with a sense of purpose and direction, helping us to live more fulfilling lives. This can lead to greater success and satisfaction and a deeper sense of meaning and purpose.

Finally, love helps to reduce stress. Love and affection can lower cortisol levels, a hormone associated with stress, and increase endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. This helps us to manage stress and maintain a positive outlook on life, even in challenging circumstances.

So, there you have it, seven key benefits of love. Remember, love is not just an emotion, it’s a force that can shape our lives for the better. So now let’s join Terry and Roger for this discussion right after this.

I pray this coming year is full of love, laughter, and life to its full. Never forget!

You are worth more!

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