Now is a really good time to focus on your well-being and one of the central pillars of you feeling well is to connect with other humans.
We are social animals and the last few months have been particularly challenging for us as to how to practically connect socially with other people. Much of our interaction has been through screens or other technology, we’ve been told to be careful about physical proximity (like hugs and kisses and touch) with the rules on social distancing; even when we’re in the presence of others, we may be wearing a face-covering, potentially reducing our ability to connect well.
But in spite of all of this, we all have an innate evolutionary human drive to connect, so it’s important for our well-being and for the well-being of others, that we make the effort to do it, because the payback is huge.
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The Strengths Guy
https://www.strengthscope.com/blog/ A series of real talk weekly podcasts covering topics to inspire, educate and well, maybe even transform. Occupational psychologist Dr Paul Brewerton takes you inside some of the stuff that can help you get the most from work and from life, every day. Get ready.