This Month we have Claudia & Susie with special guest Davida

Connecting YOUrself

Connecting helps us to become better decision-makers. Also, giving us more self-confidence — so, as a result, we communicate with clarity and intention. Connecting also allows us to understand things from multiple perspectives. It frees us from our assumptions and biases. Aditionally, it helps us build better relationships.
join us monthly, as we learn to be more aware and take time for us.  Connecting is crutial!

Social connection can help boost your mood and manage your emotions.

Through the years, we’ve thrived as a species by connecting with others. Whether we were hunting for meat, gathering berries, or traveling in stagecoaches — we did it together in social groups.

It’s this human connection that has advanced our world from gathering and hunting for our food to shopping for it in grocery stores.

But with the rise of digital interactions, we’ve also seen an increase in loneliness.

We no longer meet for drinks after work or gather with our friends for game or movie nights. Meetings and social gatherings are now done virtually. We celebrate the events in our lives with a heart or thumbs-up emoji.

In 2019, before the pandemic, 3 in 5 Americans reported being lonely. After the pandemic, this number increased, particularly among young people.

The proposed reason for this rise in loneliness is lack of social interaction and support from our peers and poor mental health.

Simply put:  Human connection is needed. Connecting with others on a physical and emotional level can improve our health and overall well-being.  …read more