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Resilience Video Series: Staying Connected and Stepping Out

This is the final video in iSpace Wellbeing’s video series looking at resilience.

In this video, we look at the importance of staying connected to others for better physical and emotional wellbeing.

Video 5: Staying Connected and Stepping Out
Connection is a crucial part of helping us build resilience. Staying connected helps increase feelings of positivity and safety. When people are together, smiling, eye contact and touch can cause people to experience shared emotions.
Staying connected can lead to better immune function, cardiovascular health and better social skills. 
How can we keep building that Oxytocin buzz and strengthen our social connections?

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Paula Talman is the founder of iSpace Wellbeing; a complete wellbeing curriculum solution created to support schools and teachers in improving the mental and emotional wellbeing of their students. A school inspector, school nurse and safeguarding officer, Paula knows first hand how important it is that schools offer a preventative approach to mental and emotional wellbeing, including guidance on who and how to ask for help.

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