Increasing your social well-being, with your friends and close friendships are vital to health, happiness and even in your workplace …
Maintaining an optimal level of social wellness allows you to build healthy relationships with others. Some key things in developing your sociableness is:
- Having a supportive social network allows you to develop assertive skills and become comfortable with who you are in social situations.
- Surrounding yourself with a positive social network increases your self-esteem.
- Social wellness enables you to create boundaries that encourage communication, trust and conflict management.
- Finding meaning is learning that there is something greater than one’s self esteem.
Despite potential challenges, working with meaning and purpose will drive people to continue striving for a desirable goal.
Having good social wellness is critical to building emotional resilience. To read more about this topic UC Davis has written about it https://shcs.ucdavis.edu/wellness/social/
Another article I found read more about social well-being: Gallup Poll says: https://news.gallup.com/businessjournal/127043/friends-social-wellbeing.aspx
In helping you deal with your social well-being, I believe that Kindness, has a big effect on all of us, whether we are, what kind of relationships we have if they are close or not. It’s also about developing our self-esteem. When we are high about life, we tend to be more enthusiastic, happier, have hope and more empathic towards the people around us.
With this being said, I would like to invite you to the Kindness Conference 2020. Register, answer the call to speak or sponsor, hop over to https://events.eventzilla.net/e/kindness-conference-2138767700
Dates: July 14, 15, & 16th 2020
Time: 9:00am to 7:00pm… still working out the schedule
Location: On line via Zoom.