Do you have Social Wellbeing? If you do, have supportive relationships and an abundance of love in life.
If you have individuals with whom you share a positive emotional connection, you are likely to feel happier and feel more positive about your life. Researchers at the Gottman Institute can predict the success or failure of relationships with over 90% accuracy based on the ratio of positive to negative comments between couples.
As social beings, we literally regulate one another’s emotions on a physical level. Our brain chemistry and nervous systems are measurably affected by those closest to us through limbic resonance. Even without words, we can sense emotions. However, the time we spend relating, talking and sharing our time with others is at risk. We interact less in person today than ever before because we are spending more and more time in front of computers, televisions and telephone screens.
Research suggests that the increase in social anxiety and depression today may be related to social isolation we are experiencing as a result of having less face-to-face interaction with others. Do you spend enough time with those you care for? Do you have positive relationships that lift you? Do you have one or two key people that you can turn to when things get difficult?
Social Wellbeing is a practice. It is not surprising to anyone that top performers such as musicians, dancers, elite athletes, and experienced meditation practitioners focus on building routines, habits and mastery through practice.
We will help you:
- Realize the benefits of connecting or reconnecting to those relationships that fuel you
- Spend more time every day participating in positive supportive relationships
- Breakthrough fears and concerns that limit your willingness and ability to build meaningful relationships with people you can rely upon
- Manage and overcome feelings of anxiety, loneliness and depression
- Recover from suffering due to experiences that may be keeping you from connecting emotionally with others