Social Skill-Building Activities
For those wondering how to make more meaningful social connections, it can be tough to know where to start. It's easy to get lost in our day-to-day lives and forget the importance of having deeper social connections.
Close relationships benefit your health, as well as the health of those you connect with. No matter your age, we have lessons that will teach you how to stay socially connected.
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Memory-related illnesses like dementia can be heart-wrenching diseases for the patient, and for their friends, family and caregivers.
Seasonal celebrations often bring together people with different backgrounds, opinions and perspectives. This can create a wonderful opportunity to share and learn about each other, but it can also spark disagreements. Learn tips on avoiding conflict and how to get along with family and friends during the holidays.
Listening is a fundamental tool for successful relationships. It can be defined as giving attention to messages and information received through sound and action. Becoming aware of your current listening skills and behaviors, and practicing new ones, will strengthen your own ability to listen to connect and not just respond.