Social wellness is a huge influence on your life and your well-being. How you relate to others changes depending on the situation, the person, and your current life circumstances.
Your social wellness is about your relationships with others and how your relationships make you feel. You interact daily with all sorts of people, including friends, colleagues, or people who are around you in your community.
Social wellness includes your romantic relationships with a significant other and how you express and receive love. Having meaningful relationships that grow as you grow supports your social wellness. Likewise, relationships with partners or friends that are toxic can negatively influence your well-being and create hardships for you in other aspects of your wellness.
Your social wellness can be greatly influenced by your mental and physical wellness. Your interactions can have a positive or negative influence on your well-being.
Did You Know?
– There are at lest four levels of friendships: acquaintances, casual friends, close friends, intimate friends. People have on average 3-4 close friends.
– Women experience imposter syndrome more often than men and apologize more often too.
– Social isolation can increase risk of negative health outcomes like smoking, high blood pressure, and obesity.
– The quality of your social relationships matters more than the quantity.
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