Social well-being: What to check and how to say that you are socially well?

Social well-being is our ability to interact with the people around us, be it with our family, relatives, friends, and other people in the community. There is a sense of social well-being if we can connect and live our life without having problems with other people.

Learnings about social well-being.
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Our social life starts at home, so if you have kids try to bond with them. Accompany them to explore the sport that would engage them with other kids, watch them play, and laugh with the joy that childhood brings! Or do outdoor activities that would help them see the outside world. This way they could easily adapt to any changes in their social life as they grow older.

What to check with your social well-being?

  • Check whether your attitude is appropriate when you are interacting with other people. Yes, you have the autonomy to do what you want and act the way you want to. But take note that it should be appropriate, you have to make sure not to hurt anyone else.
  • Check whether you have a balanced time with your personal and social life. No one is an island as they say. We need other people to continue our daily lives. Limited up to no interaction with other people daily could ruin our self-esteem. Interact with the people around you and make sure to foster genuine conversation.
  • Check your character or personality. Don’t act differently just to fit with the trend, or just to impress somebody. Being who you are will most likely result in being loved and respected by other people.

How can you say that you are socially well?

You are socially well if at home you have a happy relationship with your husband, wife, and children. If you don’t have any problem with the people in the community where you live.

What can you do to uplift your social well-being?

  • Go outside daily for a walk or an exercise. This is a good way to make yourself fit and at the same time meet or see other people just like you. Simply observing the way people act, and communicating with them can make you learn so much about socialization.
  • Smile at people and be friendly. Don’t be selfish at giving a simple smile to people you interact with or meet along the way. Maybe this is something that will make their day, or just to relieve something that burdens them. A smile is a representation of hope that you can give to someone else.
  • Join a support group that interests you. This support group can help you solve a common issue within yourself. You can find them in your community.
  • Find training or seminars to join. There are a lot of things that you can learn from the expertise of other people. See it as well as an opportunity to mingle with people that are the same as your area of expertise or education.

Thank you so much for reading! If you have any comments or something to share regarding this topic, don’t hesitate to leave it in the comment section. If you found this post helpful, please don’t forget to share it with other people!

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Shyamini says:

    Got work to do on myself.

    1. MJMCM, RN says:

      That’s ok 😊

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