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Tea Talks is a social event. Discuss meaningful social topics. Positive community engagament.
  • Hosting a series of topics curated to stimulated meaningful discussions 

  • Establish connections between people over conversations and the sharing of ideas

  • Inspiring, engaging, and a dose of positive vibes made for, and by local community members 

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TeaTalks is a live platform established to invite community members together to engage in a series of meaningful topics. Research has found that humans are social animals, and the ability to connect with each other is correlated with a healthy state of mind. TeaTalks are hosted by community members where participants share ideas, and learn from each other's lived experiences. It is a place where people are respected as fellow humans, where experiences are not judged, and conversations are acknowledged with honesty and an open heart. 

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Welcome to the “Exploring the impact of social Comparison on wellbeing” event. Join us for an insightful exploration of the profound impact social comparison has on our lives. Throughout the event we will delve into the way social comparison effects individuals emotionally, psychologically, and socially. We also discover instances where social comparison has served as a source of motivation and inspiration through extra ordinary tales and experiences of each other’s.How has comparison affected people’s life?


What is the funniest and most creative way you have used to distract yourself from engaging in social comparison?


What is the memorable moment when social comparison helped motivate you? Does it only have negative consequences or positive effect too?


Imagine a world where social comparison didn’t exist how. How do you think it would change the way we view ourselves and others?

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