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  • Ever heard the term “SOCIAL WELLNESS”?Photo credits: ashkyd
  • One way to define it: social = playing with othersPhoto credits: zoompict So, social wellness means “playing well with others”
  • If you want to improve your SOCIAL WELLNESS, Photo credits: ®oberto’sYou would do things to build better friendships.
  • Such as, asking your best friend about her day and really listening when she talks.Photo credits: hapticflapjack
  • Or, inviting friends from school to your house for some play time.Photo credits: SriHarsha PVSS
  • There is also something called “MENTAL WELLNESS”Photo credits: soartsyithurts
  • And since mental means ‘mind’ (like the one in your brain!)Photo credits: TZA Then ‘mental wellness’ means having a healthy mind!
  • If you want increase your MENTAL WELLNESS, Photo credit: superkimbo in BKK You would do things thatexpose your mind to new ideas.
  • Such as, ask more questions in class to help you understand what you are learning.Photo credit: DucDigital
  • Or read a book and discuss it with your family & friends.Photo credit: Thomas Widmann