Social Wellness is having positive connections with friends, family, professors, coaches, supervisors, and anyone else.
Signs of Social Wellness
- Development of assertiveness skills not passive or aggressive ones.
- Balancing social and personal time.
- The ability to be who you are in all situations.
- Becoming engaged with other people in your community.
- Valuing diversity and treat others with respect.
- Continually being able to maintain and develop friendships and social networks.
- The ability to create boundaries within relationship boundaries that encourage communication, trust and conflict management.
- Remembering to have fun.
- Having supportive network of family and friends.
Check in with your social wellness
- How are you at asking for help?
- Do you surround yourself with people who you can trust and you know care about you?
- Are you able to communicate clearly when dealing with conflict?
- Do you have at least one good friend you can count on?
- How motivated are you to build a UNH community by getting involved with a student organization?
- Are you okay being alone?
Explore Social Wellness
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