The Benefits Of Socialising In Real Life

Do you spend so much time sitting on the sofa interacting with people online through the use of social media (facebook, skype, twitter) or are you a party animal who likes to party hard?!

While “sofalising” is simply staying at home and talking to loved ones via electronic devices rather than in person. This mode of interaction involves: email, text, instant messenger, twitter, skype, wall posts or status updates on a social network such as Facebook, Twitter, Bebo…

The benefits and importance of socialising with people is that it It gives you so much fun and enjoyment. It aids in reducing the level of stress experienced in your daily activities. It builds constructive and positive relationships as a result of the networks formed. It lifts your mood and you receive so much encouragement from friends/family when you go through difficult moments. It provides the opportunity for you to explore new areas, such as different personalities, mannerisms etc.

Socialising also improves your personal growth and development. In certain instances; socialising increases your self confidence and esteem by kicking out your shyness in a gathering. It promotes happiness and allows you stay in touch with friends and family. Socialising improves your mental functioning by constantly engaging and exercising your mind.

It allows you promote your brand of business, skills, trade and where social networks are involved, create an online presence. It enhances the feeling of being loved and provides physical, emotional and spiritual support. It increases your sphere of influence as a result of various networks or groups formed.

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