We as human beings were born to be socially active; it is in our DNA. It’s a mistake to think that most humans prefer the solitary life that so much of the modern-day world imposes on us. When we’re connected, sharing thoughts, stories, feelings, and helping those around us, it can all play a part in our sense of positive wellbeing and belonging.
Socialising can provide several benefits to your physical and mental health. Did you know that connecting with friends may also boost your brain health and lower your risk of dementia?