The relationships we have with our colleagues, family and friends are central to our wellbeing.
Social support is at the heart of wellbeing and is the most important factor in our ability to be resilient and bounce back when we encounter adversity in life.
Having people who care about us, and who we can ask for help, is the thing that protects us most when we’re exposed to potentially traumatic experiences. It can make the difference between resilience and injury and is a key part of your Protective Armour.
If you want to support a colleague who’s having a difficult time, have a look at our suggestions on the I’m worried about someone else page.