Social Wellness @ Be Well
Being able to form deep, meaningful relationships is essential to our well-being. Connections to other people make us feel happy and are good for our physical health. Many people struggle with social issues such as anti-social behavior or being too dependent on others for attention. As with all things, balance is the key. Taking time to connect with others whom we get along with and treat us well is important for mental health. Choosing to spend time with people who treat us well over those who don’t treat us well is also a sign of healthy wellness.
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Four Ways to Feel Less Lonely and More Connected
In an increasingly connected world, it is easier than ever to be alone and lonely. With so much interaction available through a screen, in-person relationships can un-intentionally take a back burner. The change can be so subtle we may not even know it is happening.
How Teamwork Makes Innovation Possible – Be Well
A group can accomplish more than an individual. This is self-evident when it comes to building something tangible such as a house or a website. Many hands make light work, as the saying goes. When it comes to generating new ideas or having a spark of creativity, we often imagine that happens best alone in the shower, where we are told our finest ideas will arise. However, working in a team is just as valuable a format for generating innovation.