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Which side of the health triangle corresponds to having loving relationships with other and giving and accepting help?

Physical health
Mental and emotional health***???
Social health
none of the above

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    I googled it and i think i'm right. Thanks soo much:)

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    You're welcome!

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    You are wrong. The right answer is C, social health. I would double check your work.

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