It’s science… Feeling connected to others is as important to your PHYSICAL health as exercise and eating your greens. In fact, one study suggests that being lonely is worse for you, physically speaking, than smoking. 

Feeling connected also helps you live longer, fight off disease and lessen your risk for depression. Connected people also tend to have higher self esteem, more empathy and are more trusting and cooperative. Consider us sold on the idea. For more, check out this article from Inc.com. 

What’s your favourite way to keep connected? 

Feature photo by 2016 Urban Exposure Project participant Amanda Weighill

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