Social

Past research has shown that individuals with supportive and rewarding relationships have better mental health, higher levels of subjective well-being and lower rates of morbidity and mortality. Social self-care includes activities that allow you to nurture and deepen your relationships. Here, you can find information and advice on how to form deeper and more meaningful relationships.

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    10 Most Common Traits in Highly Likable People

    There are extraordinary likable people in this world born with the ability to charm the pants off anyone. You know these people well. They usually have a killer smile and the perfect handshake. The kind of person who seems to…

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    10 Best Practices For Sharper and Stronger Social Skills

    Social skills. Something we’re told is important to instill in our children and even more important to develop as an adult. We know social skills give us the ability to feel confident when talking to others. We know that they…

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    5 Effective Methods to Dealing With Rude People

    Anger, inappropriate behaviour, incivility. The characteristics of a rude person. I am sure you have met your fair share of them. They get under our skin at work, at our morning stop for coffee, and more than likely on the…

  • Being Shy Can Cause More Harm Than You May Think

    So you’re awkward with social interaction. So the thought of attending birthday parties and family functions makes you uncomfortable. A normal part of life right?  Well, some would say otherwise. While most of us deal with shyness from time to…

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    8 Ways to Develop Deep and Meaningful Relationships

    Maintaining a healthy relationship is no easy feat. Whether you’re getting to know a new friend or working on your 40th year of marriage. Healthy relationships take time and effort. But building strong foundations is what I believe to be…