Humans have a biological need for connection. We are social beings. Our nature is to interact and form relationships with others. We are also wired to survive. We are always on the alert for cues that it is not safe to connect, such as in the presence of conflict and disagreement.
Your diet — the foods and drinks you eat, not short-term restrictive programs — can impact your heart disease risk. Evidence-based approaches to eating are used by dietitians and physicians to prevent and treat cardiovascular (heart) disease.
We are social beings. Our nervous system is a social structure that finds balance and stability in relationships with others. To connect and collaborate at work, we need psychological safety. People need to feel appreciated, included, and respected, especially at work, to be productive, collaborative, and resilient in the face of daily challenges at work.