Connection Creates Resiliency

As life gets busier, we often find that we barely have enough time for ourselves or our families, let alone staying connected with our true friends. Loneliness can set in.

Social connections and support are key to building resiliency. Yet, research shows that over the past 20 years we are spending less time with our friends. Lack of social connectedness predicts vulnerability to disease and death above risks associated with physical activity. Lack of social connectedness predicts a higher susceptibility to anxiety and depression. Developing and maintaining positive connections takes effort. Friendships and social connections take time to grow, to build trust and to share common experiences. Research shows that people with strong social ties have reduced stress-levels, and having close work friendships boosted employee satisfaction and overall happiness. 

Connectedness.

This interactive and reflective Social Connection presentation helps you to examine the results of a lack of social connection and support in your life, as well as suggestions for building connection at work and home, based on the S-O-S Principle. This presentation will provide you with an opportunity to focus your goals and examine your life, to garner more connection and support, and buffer yourself through life's challenges with more hope and courage.

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In under 60 minutes, you will:

  • Focus your goals and examine your life
  • Garner more connection and support
  • Buffer yourself through life's challenges with more hope and courage

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Connection Creates Resiliency
is an eVideo course helping you
to
garner more connection and support, and buffer yourself through life's challenges with more hope and courage.

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