Having good relationships with others is important for our wellbeing. So how can we keep up relationships with people we like and enjoy? The responsibilities and time demands of a caring role can mean less time is made for socialising. For our own wellbeing’s sake, how can we avoid becoming socially isolated, or lonely?
The University of Auckland have created CALM.
A website which can be used as a motivational tool for students struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, relationships and other factors that can contribute to poor study practices.
David Cohen writes about squash.
It has been called the healthiest sport in the world. And it’s a social activity.
That’s how I first became aware of just how many carers gravitate to it. During the inevitable post-match analyses their stories tumble out like so many powerful cross-court volleys.
The company manager now looking after a father afflicted with Alzheimer’s.
An IT guy whose wife lives with cancer.
Parents of special needs kids like mine.
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