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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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Mastering Meaningful Meets

In a world buzzing with digital connections, have you ever stopped to wonder if you’re missing out on the magic of genuine, face-to-face encounters? Welcome to the world of ChainMeet, where making real, authentic connections is not just a possibility but a fun and simple reality! And it starts with a super-simple four-step framework: Meet,

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The Fellowship of Eating

The third ChainMeet step, “Eat,” isn’t just about satisfying your hunger. It’s the secret sauce of bringing people together, fostering RealConnection; and boy, does it make a world of difference! It’s the cozy coffee shop chats, the hearty meals, or just the simple act of sharing a snack with a friend. Food or drink makes

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Gifting Friendship

In the world of ChainMeet, the act of gifting a friend to something as simple as a cup of coffee is far from insignificant. It’s a profound gesture that signifies care and connection, igniting a Chain reaction of positive impact.  When a friend extends the gesture of treating you, it’s a testament to the bond

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Friendship Obligations

Being extended an invitation for coffee or tea is always a nice gesture, a simple gesture, but it can mean so much. There’s something special about being invited out. It’s a way of saying, “Hey, I appreciate you” or “I’d like to spend some time with you.”  Let’s admit it: whether it’s a cuppa joe

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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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Do You Have a Personal People Portfolio

My friend, Derrick Kinney, is a Financial Wealth Advisor in Arlington, TX who created the Good Money Framework and the popular Good Money with Derrick Kinney Podcast. I heard him speak to a group on how to Live Life Brilliantly. He asked, “What matters most to you in life? As your financial advisor, I’m here

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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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Everyone Needs an Encourager

Have you ever been encouraged? How did it feel? Did it make a difference? Did it give you a new outlook? I remember a morning when a friend encouraged me. I remember it vividly because I had been feeling unworthy and inadequate to move in a particular direction. When she affirmed me and my pursuit,

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