How can social wellbeing benefit you?
In schools, workplaces, government, communities and families hierarchy power is extremely evident. Peoples mental wellbeing is often created and affected because of these groups hence, it is important that they are authentic, compassionate and respectful.
A lack of social wellbeing is often present within the public health sector in relation to social networks, social connectedness, social trust, social capital and income and social equality.
Mental wellbeing is an element of social wellbeing, having strong relationships in groups, at home or one on one has an extremely beneficial effect on people’s mental health. Therefore, there is a strong link between both social and mental wellbeing.