anxiety, Mental Health, Social, wellness

Social Time

One thing I feel is vital with wellness is using social time. As humans, we need social interaction to function. For me, as an only child, being social with others is essential. I did not have that kind of communication when I was growing up.

Being social with friends and those you care about, physically, can help to ensure those negative thoughts from coming to you. At least that is my experience. With my anxiety, loneliness does more harm than good. All or most of my friends are usually busy, live too far away, or there are only certain times where I can visit.

However, the unfortunate side of this is that because I am an Empath, I become exhausted. Being “too” social can be an issue too especially for those who are introverts. The best thing to do is to find a balance. You need to know when you need to be social and when to be alone to decompress.

Since I spend a lot of time by myself lately, I am so happy that I will spend time with my partner this week. We may only have a small amount of time, but this time is precious. I talk to them every day online, but it is so much different from seeing them in person. When I look at them in person, I can hold them, kiss them, and embrace them. It is something you cannot do while on the other line of an internet connection or phone.

If you want to learn more about anything social or find tips on how to get more physically social, Amazon has books that might interest you.

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