Introverts need a good social life just as much as anybody else; they simply need to nurture it in a different way! Discover the science behind introversion, social isolation, social fatigue, and a few ways to make our social lives just that little bit better!
Fostering relationships in a healthy and socially conscious way is an excellent way to look after your social health. Here are 5 ways to promote socially healthy habits!
Looking to bring your social relationships to the next level? Learn how to nurture your empathy skills to build, maintain, and enjoy healthy and secure social connections for an improved holistic wellbeing.
Social media, like all things, requires a healthy balance. Read about how you can learn to control your use of social media, and how you can reap its benefits!
Social relationships and social connectedness can be a source of wellbeing as long as they are fair and based on equity. People with limited social connectedness have poorer mental and physical health, including increased depression. Social relationships and social connectedness are directly linked to our quality of life. The psychologists Roy Baumeister and Mark Leary […]
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Along with physical health and healthy eating habits, close relationships help you live longer. Learn what can you do to strengthen your lifestyle.
Feelings of loneliness can be emotionally painful and can lead to depression and a fear of missing out. However, things such as meditation, an active lifestyle, and life communication can really help our overall social communication.
A wellness sabbatical focuses on your own needs and desires so you can concentrate on your health. Here are some benefits of taking a wellness sabbatical.
Embracing your introvert personality is a revolutionary step of taking up space in a society where people still value extrovert personality traits. Discover your introverted power.