Why Meaningful Connection is Our Lifeblood

Jul 26, 2019
Why Meaningful Connection is Our Lifeblood

Never before has it been so clear to me that meaningful connection is one of THE most important things you can do for your mental and physical health.

If only, when we visited a doctor or a therapist, there was a question about your meaningful relationships; about how connected you are feeling to others or if you are feeling alone or isolated in certain parts of your life.

These simple questions could add years to your life, could help you find new solutions to anxiety and depression and could provide valuable insights into things like inflammation in the body and heart disease. All of which are related to loneliness and not feeling connected. 

Recent research has demonstrated loneliness can increase your likelihood of mortality by up to 25%! This is equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes a day and is more of a threat than obesity. 

In the podcast today I share about the importance of meaningful connection, the impact of loneliness and provide 6 research-backed ways to create more connection in your life. 

In the words of Johann Hari  ’people need tribes like bees need hives’. 

Love Simone X 



Feel like you are going through the motions in life right now? 

Not fully expressing your potential in what you are doing? Feeling a bit bored, stuck or uninspired? 

Tired of coming up against the same old thought patterns that are holding you back?

If the answer is yes to any of these perhaps you are ready for a little life makeover.

I would love to help you master your mindset, spark inspiration and get clarity on your direction and purpose.


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