Spending time with people and animals you like is an enjoyable way to support your health and wellbeing.
When you hang out with a community of friends or colleagues an unconscious primal response is triggered. Your survival instincts are calmed down as you spend time in a safe and enjoyable environment. Physiologically and psychologically there are great benefits.
Many people find their community in nature or with animals. Never underestimate the value of pets . . . or your garden . . . or a park.
Where do you find your community?
This video was made for the Everyone Cares project.