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Mental Health and Friendship

There are psychological and health reasons why friendship is useful and necessary for human beings. Based on the studies we have explored, and others conducted across the globe, most people rate their social relationships, particularly with family and close friends, as the most important source of meaning, purpose, and motivation in their lives. Psychological studies […]

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The Power of Genuine Connection

Incorporating In-Person Human Interaction into Mental Health Treatment Plans that Embrace the ChainMeet Perspective IN today’s fast-paced digital age, where virtual communication prevails, the significance of real-life, in-person human connection in mental health cannot be overstated. This blog post explores the transformative impact of incorporating genuine face-to-face interactions in mental health treatment plans, highlighting the

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In-Person vs Virtual

Sometimes, it can be hard to get our friends to spend time with us in person. Technology is awesome, we can easily and conveniently connect with our friends online through a wide variety of platforms. In recent years, chat rooms that allow users to create avatars have become increasingly popular. They can be fun depending

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I Am a Somebody

I read somewhere, “Be somebody who makes everybody feel like somebody.”   Has anyone ever made you feel like you are somebody? How did they do that? I remember vividly the day Gina treated me to breakfast. She started by asking me questions on how my work was going. It was like she really wanted to

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