SCOTTSDALE, AZ (PRWEB) October 27, 2014
Social Networking Entrepreneur Tiffany Cooper is spreading the news about a new online social network that promotes positive social networking and allows users to improve their emotional and mental well-being.
For the month of November, Cooper is inviting users to begin a daily gratitude practice by logging onto the http://www.realsoulful.com site and listing at least one new thing each day that they are thankful for.
"The Holidays can be a hectic time where we lose sight of what is most important to us. By having a daily gratitude practice, we are able to reconnect with our true selves and stay grounded in the gifts we already have rather than focusing on what we perceive as missing in our lives. There are a multitude of studies on the benefits of having a daily gratitude practice on emotional well-being, healthier relationships and even better sleep. Staying rooted in appreciation opens our hearts and minds to the good that is already around us, and I cannot think of a better gift to share with others this holiday season."
Found at realsouful.com, the "Soulful Networking" site is designed to go beyond sharing everyday happenings (like on most social networking sites) to connecting people on a higher level in areas such as personal growth, gratitude, inspiration and supporting one another’s dreams in a purely positive space.
Cooper explains that many social media sites deal with our basic extrinsic needs, which revolve around status, image and success. While those needs are valid, the idea behind RealSoulful is to connect people at a more profound level to help meet intrinsic needs such as helping others, discovering purpose and creating a better life.
On realsoulful.com users create their own content. They can make a personal space, a “MySanctuary” page, and also post and make comments on a central forum called the “SoulCentral Stream.” In these ways it’s like other sites, but it is with a more soulful context and free of the negativity that exists on other sites.
Realsoulful.com is a free site open to anyone who is willing to abide by the site’s “Playground Rules” which include checking your ego and judgments at the door; being kind and supportive, and saying something nice or nothing at all.
For more information, email tiffany(at)realsoulful(dot)com or visit http://www.realsoulful.com