Like a complex machine, your social health is comprised of many elements. If your physical fitness, mental health, career, and relationships are the gears, your habits, personal development, coping mechanisms, and communication skills are the cogs that keep them moving forward and in sync.

With so many moving parts, it can be difficult to keep yourself from getting stuck. Fortunately, there is help. There are people — therapists, social workers, and mentors — whose job it is to analyze what’s gone wrong and help you correct it. They are the engineers, and they use a variety of tools — in person and online — to help you get back on track.

Social Health Today was built to acknowledge that your social health matters, to talk about the issues people are facing in their everyday lives, and to introduce you to practical tips, tools, and resources you can use in your own quest for health and happiness.