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I don’t have a fulfilling social life

Why don’t you try? : Find ways to get more fulfilment from your social life

Opinions vary on the importance of having a social life. Having social relationships is psychologically healthy. Not having social relationships, especially in the long term, seems to have an effect on self-esteem, job or work performance, and overall communication skills.
Further, scientific evidence has found health disorders in people who have little to no social relationships. But while individuals with no social life may experience some medical issues, this is not always the case. And of those who did experience some physical health concern, 46% saw a decrease in the negative health effects with intervention.
It’s important to understand the difference between having no social life and being in social isolation. Many people enjoy working in private settings and have hobbies that can be done alone. For people like this, having no social life may not be an issue.

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Here’s a tip for you to try this week :

Make friends at work, strike up a conversation with someone new, Attend at least one local community event this month. ,

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