Social Connectivity Test

Understand your capacity for interpersonal connectiveness

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Social Connectivity is the capacity to form and sustain authentic social networks. Social Connectivity is associated with appropriate, warm, and open bonding with people and social circles.

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What does a high score mean?

People with high scores for Social Connectivity have strong social interaction skills and are good at forming meaningful relationships with other people. They are likely to have several key relationships that form a strong social support network around them, and this helps to maintain a high level of emotional wellbeing and resilience.

 

What does a low score mean?

People with low scores for Social Connectivity tend to find it more challenging to easily interact with others socially, and this may make it difficult to form new relationships with people, or in some cases to maintain current relationships. They tend to have smaller social support networks than people with higher scores, although the relationships that they have may still be as meaningful and supportive as those with larger networks.

Talk to a Therapist that Specializes in Social Connectivity

 

You may have a problem with social connectivity, a poor sense of self, or emotional dysregulation. You may report these feelings as depression, anxiety, or apathy. Although these can appear in many different ways, they are all related to one another. With the help of a therapist, you can help yourself understand your social personality.

 

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What You Need to Know About Social Connectivity

 

It’s often said that humans are social creatures. We thrive on our ability to find others that share our sensibilities and interests in our personal lives, but it also benefits us in our professional lives as well. Social Connectivity is essential for our emotional, physical, and mental wellbeing.

Understanding how to connect with people is a powerful capacity that can help us increase our overall happiness and fulfillment. With the ever-quickening pace of life, it has become increasingly difficult to make meaningful connections with other people—but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Taking proactive steps to maintain healthy relationships is a crucial aspect of a healthy life.

Social Connectivity Is on the Rise, but Only Slightly

The Total Brain Mental Health Index shows a small bump in US workers’ capacity to nurture their social connectivity over the past year, but the overall numbers still show that there is much that can be done to improve this brain capacity. Although there was a 1% increase for Social Connectivity from February 2020 to July 2021, the highest average percentile score from that timespan was 15.8%

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