Hold Onto Others in the Fire

WHEN YOU'RE IN THE FIRE, DON'T LET GO OF THE PERSON BESIDE YOU.


Not only is this literal advice given to rookies in the fire department during fire fighter training, This is also figurative advice found to be true from hundreds of studies done in the area of social psychology.


While many people might turn inward and become more recluse during times of struggle, research in social psychology has illustrated that actively reaching out and engaging with others close to you stimulates creativity, productivity, and reduces anxiety levels.


Whether you are an introvert or an extrovert, nurturing social connections is a spectacularly effective way to elevate your overall mood and ability to deal with challenges that life brings.


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