How to include a SOCIAL WELLNESS PRACTICE in your Pathology Prevention plans.
Your relationships with others and the community around you shape your mental, physical, and emotional health. If you want to take a holistic approach to health and well-being, you should prioritize social wellness.
Social wellness is the ability to form and maintain relationships with others and to interact and communicate well within those relationships. Practicing social wellness involves proactively communicating with others when we are in need and providing a listening ear and emotional support when others need us. In this way, The Health Guardian focuses on developing and maintaining relationships with friends, family members, romantic partners, colleagues, or other members of your community. This social connection can help decrease stress, health issues, isolation, and other concerns that can get in the way of a positive, healthy lifestyle.