Social living is also healthful

OK, so I am prejudice by articles from my alma mater. But here’s a pretty interesting post being-socialon the Stanford BeWell site about the physical and mental health benefits of living in a tight social network.

“We may all know that relationships with friends and family add immensely to the quality of life. But did you also know that such social ties can help us live longer? BeWell talks to Cecile Andrews, author and a former affiliated scholar with the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, about why it is healthy to forge connections to others.”  Read more…

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Author: Jim Swenson

Promoting a rich life with caring friends on our own cohousing development.

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