Being socially well means having a supporting community, close relationships, and healthy interactions.
The social dimension of wellness encourages you to contribute to social activities, events, and situations that are vital to you, to others, and to the environment.
When we actively seek ways to preserve the balance of nature along with building meaningful relationships, we end up improving the world by building a better living space for ourselves and our community.
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