Sharing moments with family and friends is an important factor when it comes to wellbeing and happiness. It creates a feeling of belonging. Social relationships are perhaps the most essential factor for happiness. Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, people are social creatures by nature.
Studies show that there’s a strong correlation between the satisfaction people feel about their relationships and their overall satisfaction with life. The relationships we value most are those in which we experience things together, feel understood and there’s mutual trust and support. Spending time with a group of 3-4 close friends or relatives is generally considered most cosy and comfortable. The perfect compromise for introverts and extroverts to hang out together, somewhere in between socialising and relaxation.