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Social & Communication
1. Social interaction is an important aspect of health. Specifically, the people you are around the most influence your decisions more than any health practitioner can in one visit. Researchers are starting to wonder if this social support is an easy change that healthcare is not taking advantage of. Here in this article they introduce a 5 step ladder to social support.
2. Tell people in pain to find a social circle and get optimistic.
“An optimistic outlook, positive coping strategies, and strong external social support are common characteristics found in individuals who returned to sport after hip arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement.”
3. Nature AND Nurture.
“When preschoolers spend time around one another, they tend to take on each others’ personalities, indicates a new study by Michigan State University psychology researchers.”
4. Read this one. Why facts don’t change our minds.
“sociability is the key to how the human mind functions or, perhaps more pertinently, malfunctions”.
5. When you have expectations on how it should be, you’ll never see how it is.
“Research on marriages with high levels of conflict finds that more than half of the couples in these marriages have disputes involving the failure of one or both partners to conform to unspoken expectations. (Philpot 2001)” Continue reading “2017 Hits : Vol. 1 : Social & Communication”