Welcome back to Muskegon, Better.  We bring you new content creators that help bring things out that improve our lives and communities in ways that you may or may not be familiar with.  Traditional or new approaches to wellness is certainly one of those ideas, and Amy West from CUP-Health in Spring Lake is one of our MVP’s here, as she shares thoughts on how we can better manage our relationships.  Hey, let’s be honest…life doesn’t come with an instruction manual.  Some expert advice can’t hurt.

Amy refers to a famous quote from Helen Keller this week.  Helen Keller was an American author, disability rights advocate, political activist and lecturer. Born in West Tuscumbia, Alabama, she lost her sight and her hearing after a bout of illness when she was 19 months old.  The loss of sight and hearing didn’t hold her back.  In time, she learned to read braille, learned sign language through touch in her hand and then learned to speak with her first work being “water”.  Her story is one of working past the struggles that life throws at you, and being determined to be who you know you are despite challenges.  Amy’s thoughts today are about challenges and dealing with them in a relationship and while it’s seemingly a snap, as life goes by, the complexities seem to be more intricate.  Amy shares her thoughts on navigating them.

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