For people of all ages, social connections are critical to health and wellbeing. Experts say we are inherently social creatures—hardwired to engage and depend on others for support throughout a lifecycle. Doctors and health researchers have signaled concerns about loneliness for decades—forced isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic introduced many more people to daily struggles with loneliness.
How important are social connections? How does loneliness impact a person’s mental and physical health? And are people looking for social connections in the right places?
Join Call to Mind host Kimberly Adams for Seeking Connection, a 1-hour broadcast special exploring the relationship between loneliness, mental health, and the power of social connections.
This special will air on Friday March 24th at 10 AM and 8 PM here on KCPW 88.3 FM.
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