Building a sense of connection, belonging, and a well-developed support system.
Social wellness directs on building meaningful and supportive relationships with individuals, groups, and communities. It allows you to create boundaries that stimulate communication, trust, and conflict management. Social wellness also covers showing respect for others, oneself, and other cultures.
Matching on yourself and your social needs. What aspects of your social life do you like? What parts would you like to change?
Keeping in touch with supportive friends, family, and mentors.
Joining in group discussions and practicing active listening.
Participating in a club, organization, or study groups.
Volunteering in the community.