What Is A Qonfr Companion?
Updated: Apr 6
If you are looking for accompaniment, a shoulder to lean on, a sympathetic ear, or simple friendly conversation, then you’ve come to the right place. Qonfr connects you to companions based on factors that are important to you, such as interests, values, and lived experience.
The Definition Companion noun a person registered as a Qonfr Companion who provides peer support and communicates with you to increase confidence, a sense of hope, power and purpose.
What Does A Companion Do? Companions provide a different sort of connection from that of professionals. They provide peer support based on the everyday interpersonal experiences of ordinary people. The roles of a companion are structured around emotional and social support.
Emotional Support Your companion is present with you so that you are not alone. They provide their time and personal attention to listen to any of your feelings, worries, concerns, hopes, and ideas with compassion, respect, and understanding. Social Support Your companion provides social connection and friendship by engaging with you in conversations that allow you to comfortably express yourself. You and your companion can share stories, interests, ideas, and hobbies in a warm, respectful, and encouraging environment. What Are The Benefits Of Having A Companion? By connecting you to a companion, we aim to facilitate purposeful human to human connection that promotes compassion, empathy, validation, and encouragement, while reducing stress, anxiety, isolation, and loneliness. Having a companion provides you with the opportunity to express yourself in a warm and respectful environment where you can feel cared about, important, and understood. Whatever, you are going through, you do not have to go through it alone. Your companion will have your back and will be there for you when you need them.