Social Wellness can be defined as our ability to interact and form meaningful relationships with others. It also relates to how comfortably we can adapt in social situations. Social relationships have an impact on our emotional, mental health, physical health and mortality risk. Participation in activities that nurtures and deepens the relationships with people in your life can enhance your social health. Examples of activities are brunch, with your friends, going on a date, making time to interact with people you care about.
When you desire to improve your social health through improvements in your social skills you will need to keep in mind that different cultures adhere to different social skills. The following skills are based on the predominant culture in the Piedmont Technical College area.
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