Social wellbeing is about sharing, developing, and maintaining relationships with others that allow you to feel authentic and valued, and provide a sense of connectedness and belonging.
Without awareness, development, and maintenance of our social well-being, we run the risk of becoming socially isolated. Social isolation leads to loneliness, which can be incredibly damaging to our mental health.
Just like our physical and mental well-being, we need to carve out time in our schedule to:
make connections and build healthy relationships
bond with our children and loved ones
get active with friends and family members and build family’s healthy habits