Social Support Sense of Normalcy and Health Student Name Institution Date Social Support Sense of Normalcy and Health According to Chen and Feeley (2014) social support is the practical and emotional comfort that makes one feel cared for by other people. It is always intended to make the affected party feel better from a disturbing situation be it so deep to handle and get back to the normal lifestyle one was exposed to before. Sharing a hence people should encourage these social support practices for the sake of normalcy and free-living amongst ourselves. References Chen Y. & Feeley T. H. (2014). Social support social strain loneliness and well-being among older adults: An analysis of the Health and Retirement Study. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 31(2) 141-161. Siedlecki K. L. Salthouse T. A. Oishi S. & Jeswani S. (2014). The relationship between social support and subjective well-being across age. Social indicators research 117(2) 561-576. [...]
Answer this question in 350 words and using the attached 2 lectures also add an example from experience. Question is : How is social support linked to health? How is "a sense of normalcy" linked to health?