What are emotions and how can they affect our behavior and our health?

The development of emotional competencies constitutes the basic content of emotional education. Within these competencies are emotional awareness, emotional regulation, emotional autonomy, social competencies and life skills for well-being. The applications of emotional education can be felt in multiple situations: coexistence, effective and affective communication, conflict resolution, decision-making, non-specific prevention (drug use, AIDS, violence, anorexia, suicide attempts, etc.), etc. Ultimately it is about developing self-esteem, with realistic expectations about yourself, as well as the ability to adopt a positive attitude towards life. All this with a view to enabling greater subjective well-being, which results in greater social well-being. In Vita Social the aim is to socialize with people from all walks of life who want to feel accompanied and enjoy different socio-educational and cultural activities, promoting social relations and participating locally with other people, avoiding social isolation and expanding the circle of acquaintances.