Southwest Spas and Southwest Spas and Pools, selling new and used spas and hot tubs, swim spas and lap pools serving the greater Glendale, Chandler Heights and Phoenix Arizona area publishes 3 Ways to Cultivate Better Relationships. “Social relationships are a part of what shapes our lives and develops personal awareness,” says Melinda Dalacas, manager of Southwest Spas and Pools.
In July, during social wellness month, people should take a little time to create a better understanding of the vital importance of good interpersonal relationships and develop them for stronger bonds with friends and loved ones.
Here are 3 ways to cultivate better relationships.
Create a Comfortable Space – One of the easiest ways to create a comfortable space for social interactions at home is to add a portable spa to the backyard or patio. Hot tubs quickly bring up the image of a helpful device for feeling better physically. They are great at making people comfortable, relieving pain and lowering stress levels, but hot tubs are also great tools for developing social interactions. Hot tubs are attractive and great for social gatherings because of the soothing, luxurious atmosphere they immediately create. It is simple to operate a hot tub, and once the desired temperature level is set, it stays at that setting without needing to adjust or change it. That gives users a chance to easily unwind, talk and just have a good time with friends, family and guests. The bubbling water created by the powerful hot tub jets is excellent for health and healing, but in a social gathering, it is just plain fun, and people are drawn to the hot tub.
Get Out of the House – Just get out and experience the world and the people in it. Home should be a place of relaxation and sanctuary, but not to the point of isolation. People who are isolated quickly become depressed and may not even realize it until it is so advanced it is an illness. Getting out and mingling with neighbors, talking to each other and finding shared interests with the people around helps build feelings of mental health and wellbeing. It’s easy, just go out and say hello to the people around you. To increase the benefits of getting out of the house, people can join a health club, get involved in a community project or activity, or find a group involved in a hobby or interest. Getting involved outside of the house builds connection with others who share the same values, ideas or interests. It also provides good opportunities to communicate and makes it easier to talk with new people because there is already some common interest.
Be Giving – One of the best ways for people to feel better about themselves is to give to others. Giving doesn’t require extravagance or even money; you can spend time with others who are less fortunate, help someone who needs a hand or even assist a neighbor with yard work or moving. Other ways to achieve a sense of accomplishment and wellbeing might include volunteering at local shelters, nursing homes or hospitals, and it also helps people in need.
To encourage local residents to check out the benefits of using a swim spa or hot tub to help improve their overall health and well-being, Southwest Spas is providing free test soaks all month. They do recommend, however, that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute soak call us ahead of time to reserve their spot.
To learn more about the benefits of owning a swim spa or hot tub Consumers are encouraged to visit the company website at https://www.SouthwestSpas.com or https://hottubsgilbert.com to learn more about hot tubs and about the $500 Wellness package (Massage Certificate/Health and Beauty Items) that is available with the purchase of a hot tub or swim spa.