In a relevant article for all of us “social media addicts,” Shelley Galasso Bonanno, M.A. reflects at PsychCentral. Happy Valentine’s Day! Human beings yearn for connection and belonging. Numerous studies have linked social support to positive mental health. Additional studies have cited the negative emotional impact of loneliness. Research has further revealed people with fewer […]
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We were made to be in relationship with one another. … Framing our connection in such a way draws us not only into the hearts of one another, but ultimately it leads us into the heart of God.
Facilitating personal relationships At Psychology Today, Pamela Rutledge writes Humans are social animals. The need to connect is a primal drive. Even our most basic needs, such as food and safety, have always been accomplished by humans as a group. We weren’t equipped to conquer the world with fangs and claws, so we got a […]
How do sisters handle relationships? That’s the topic for this Holy Hangout. In a no holds barred conversation the sisters take on all kinds of relationships at all stages from discerning whether to become a sister to how to relate to men in a healthy manner consistent with a commitment to consecrated life.
It’s the big question: How do relationships work when you’re a Sister? Listen in and be a part of the discussion as we chat LIVE on YouTube Sunday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. CST, to answer that very question–and any others you have, of course!
“People “need to notice the effect that time online has on your performance and relationships.” New York Times… “The insight may not sound revelatory to anyone who has joked about the “crackberry” lifestyle or followed the work of researchers who are exploring whether interactive technology has addictive properties. “But hearing it from leaders at many of […]