Hello all you masters or words, today’s blog post is inspired by my blogging friend Tony Burgess. The Tony Burgess Blog is a remarkable blogging site. Tony’s writings are interesting, intriguing, funny and full of information. Using his blog as his online voice, Tony encourage bloggers to be authentic, honest and real. This weekend while playing jetsetter, I got an intimate reading of Tony’s authenticity blog titled “Making and Maintaining Connections.” Making and Maintaining Connections talks about having meaningful relationships and how to make these connections last on a personal level. This blog post really get you to think about how to achieve a healthy relationship. Follow Tony on social media and follow his blog don’t forget to subscribe.
Having meaningful relationships in this day and age means making connections in real life or online. How we make those connections is a personal preference. For me I make them in both ways. Building individual relationships can mean forming community and therefore you will have a village. Your long-time relationships can be maintained in both the virtual and real worlds which is nice. I have met many people over the years who I see regularly at church, work and other places. Social networking has made it easier to keep in touch with people I don’t see very often.
I have been blessed with many friendships with people who I might never meet in person. This is the way of modern relationships where people might not want to deal with the hassle of going out. Being an extrovert can be challenging because you use a lot of energy in social settings…
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