How Important it is to Have Healthy Relationships


By Shelley Whizin and Darsweil Rogers


ON BIG BLEND RADIO: On this episode of Big Blend Radio’s new “Soul Diving Sunday with Shelley” show, transformational life coach Shelley Whizin and her friend Darsweil Rogers deep dive into the world of relationships. Hear why healthy relationships are important in both your personal life and professional work, and tips on how to make them work. Watch here in the YouTube player or download the podcast on PodBean.

Having healthy relationships is important to our health. So, what does it take to have a healthy relationship, and where do you begin?

Let’s start with the idea that we are spiritual being HAVING a human experience.  This is the essential relationship between the physical part of ourselves, which we call being human, and the non-physical part of ourselves, which we call our spirit or our soul.

We can’t deny our spiritual existence, even though we don’t “see” it. Every time we inhale, we breathe in spiritual energy or life force. This spiritual energy animates us, beats our hearts, and digests our food.

When we are out of alignment, we are living from the outside in, placing more importance on the physical and disregarding the spiritual. More than likely, we are letting the ego-mind take control, and often get hooked on negative thoughts that run havoc in our minds, spilling out into our bodies and to other people. That’s not healthy.

You are far healthier, happier, more relaxed, less judgmental, and more loving when you are in alignment between your physical and spiritual self. You then live your life from the inside out. This is incredibly healthy and feels good too.

Taking responsibility for the thoughts you think, the beliefs you hold, how you act, and who you become is up to you. When you live from your heart, love becomes the lens and guiding light that determines the quality of all your relationships. Having healthy relationships is the ultimate goal.

Looking at your life through your soul’s perspective, helps you to elevate the way in which you experience yourself being human. You can then allow others to BE human too, without judgment, and experience healthier relationships.

Moreover, you can step back and accept each other for who you truly are, not from the roles you play in life. When you have achieved this level of acceptance of each other, you become, what I call, “friends for life,” and have the healthiest, most yummy-delicious relationships you have ever experienced.

These relationships can be both personal and professional. Becoming friends for life means that you both accept each other’s human experience and are genuinely interested in each other’s lives. You come from your heart and soul with love and the highest regard. You “hold the space” for each other to BE human, accepting whatever you are experiencing to be okay, without criticizing, scolding, or judging.

This type of healthy relationship grows a place of trust, empathy, caring, and concern for each other’s well-being. You get to tap into different levels of creative energy with unlimited and untapped potential.

Let’s not forget that we all have frailties, and flaws, and make mistakes. Through the level of trust that we develop, we get to spend time on what matters most, instead of cutting each other off at the knees.

Our intention is to uplift each other and not tear each other down.

Darsweil and I have been blessed to have created a healthy relationship as friends for life. We love each other for who we are, and for what we contribute to this world.

It’s time to claim your circle of friends for life and experience the healthiest, happiest, and most fulfilling relationships ever!

It’s your life. Enjoy the journey. And remember to bring love into everything you do.

Shelley Whizin is a transformational life coach and the founder and CEO of the Soul Diving Institute™ (SDI), established to study and teach the art and science of Being Human.  She’s also the author of “The Healing Journal”, “The Story of the Magical Baby Grand Piano”, and “What Do You Bring to the Table? A Savory, Sensory and Inspirational Guide to Living a Yummy Delicious Life”. More at

Darsweil is Partner & Co-Founder of CFP Innovation, a national advisory and research firm. Darsweil and his colleagues use research-based data-driven analysis in assisting clients in reaching higher levels of performance. He is an executive, entrepreneur, coach, and consultant with over 40 years of experience. He is also the host of the radio show, “Profiles and Perspectives.” More at


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Shelley Whizin is a transformational life coach and the founder and CEO of the Soul Diving Institute™ (SDI), established to study and teach the art and science of Being Human. 

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