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  • What keeps us healthy and happy as we go through life? Pictures of entire lives, those pictures

    當我們在經歷人生時,什麼讓我們健康而快樂?整個人生的照片是

  • are almost impossible to get. The Harvard study of adult development may be the longest

    很難取得的;哈佛的成人發展研究可能是花費最長

  • study of adult life that's ever been done. For 75 years we've tracked the lives of 724

    時間去研究成人生活的研究;在75五年中,我們追蹤了724人的生活

  • men. Year after year, asking about their work, their home lifes their health. About 60 of

    年復一年,詢問他們的工作、家庭生活、健康;當中約有60人

  • our original 724 men are still alive, still participating in the study, most of them in

    仍然健在,還持續參與此研究,他們當中大部分

  • their 90's. We don't just send them questionnaires, we interview them in their living rooms, we

    都90多歲了;我們不只寄給他們問卷、更在他們的客廳做訪問、

  • get their medical records from their doctors, we draw their blood, we scan their brains.

    從醫生那裡取得他們的醫療紀錄、替他們抽血、進行腦部掃描

  • What are the lessons that come from the 10's of 1000's of pages of information that we've

    我們從好幾萬頁的資訊中學到了什麼?

  • generated? The clearest message that we get from this 75 year study is this: good relationships

    在這75年的研究中,最明確的訊息就是:好的關係

  • keep us happier and healthier. We have learned three big lessons about relationships. The

    讓我們更健康快樂;我們學到了關於建立關係的三大啟示

  • first, it turns out that people who are more socially connected to family, to friends,

    首先,人們若是維繫更緊密的關係於家庭、朋友、

  • to community, are happier, they're physically healthier and they live longer. And the experience

    社會間,會更幸福快樂,在身體上也會比較健康、長壽;而另一項實驗

  • of loneliness turns out to be toxic. People who are more isolated find that their health

    指出寂寞是有毒的;傾向孤立的人們,他們的健康

  • declines earlier in midlife, their brain functioning declines sooner and they live shorter lives.

    在中年會提早衰退,他們的腦部退化更快,也較短命

  • So the second big lesson that we learned is that it's not just the number of friends that

    而第二項啟示就是:不只是朋友的數量,

  • you have but it's the quality of your close relationships. High conflict marriages for

    更要重視親密關係的品質;以充滿衝突的婚姻來說,

  • example, without much affection, turn out to be very bad for our health, perhaps worse

    其中缺乏好的情感,將會對健康有害,或許甚至

  • than getting divorced. The people who were the most satisfied in their relationships

    比離婚更糟糕;而對於關係感到最滿意的

  • at age 50 were the healthiest at age 80. And the Third big lesson that we learned is that

    50歲人群在他們80歲時最健康;第三個啟示是:

  • good relationships don't just protect our bodies, they protect our brains. In your 80's,

    好的關係不僅保護了我們的身體,更保護了我們的大腦;在你80歲時

  • the people who are in relationships were they really feel they can count on the other person

    在關係中的人們若是覺得他們可以信任另一人

  • in times of need, those people's memories stay sharper, longer. So what about you? What

    在自己需要的時候,他們的記憶維持得更清晰長久;那你呢?

  • might leaning into relationships even look like? It might be something as simple as replacing

    認真投入關係看起來會怎樣?它或許非常簡單,就像

  • screen time with people time or livening up a stale relationship by doing something new

    將盯螢幕的時間拿去和人相處,或藉由一起做些新的事情讓一段舊日感情充滿活力

  • together. Or reaching out to that family member who you haven't spoken to in years. Because

    或著,嘗試與你多年沒有說話的家人接觸聯繫

  • those all too common family feuds take a terrible toll on the people who hold the grudges. I'd

    因為那些常見的家庭爭執對心懷怨恨的人們造成了很不好的影響

  • like to close with a quote from Mark Twain: "There isn't time - - so brief is life, for

    我要引用馬克‧吐溫的話總結:「生命是如此短暫,

  • bickerings, apologies, heart burnings, callings to account - - there is only time for loving,

    我們沒有時間爭吵、道歉、傷心、指責──我們只有時間去愛

  • and but an instant so to speak, for that." The good life is built with good relationships,

    一切稍縱即逝」美好的人生建立在良好關係之上

  • thank you.

    謝謝

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