Human Development

The Social Skills Guidebook PDF By Chris MacLeod

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You think your social life could be better. I felt as ashamed as you could remember. Your conversations have more awkward moments than you want. Maybe you don’t need a lot of friends, but you want to have some people to hang out with sometimes. You want to make changes, but you don’t know where to start. A lot of people were in your place, so you’re hardly a lost cause, and it’s not too late to change things. The Social Skills Guide gives you insights into your personal struggles and behaviors, and gives you practical advice to develop and improve your skills.

The Social Skills Guidebook pdf Manual details the solution of the three basic areas that socially hinder people:

  • mental barriers including shame, social anxiety and low self-confidence
  • less developed conversation skills
  • less friends and unsatisfactory social life

If you look at people who feel socially comfortable in your school or workplace and want what they have, I know that you can achieve social success like their own without losing yourself in the process. You can stay true to your personality and pursue your favorite interests while overcoming situations that hinder you, improve your conversation skills, and learn how to make friends. Through practice, time and patience, you can create the kind of social life you want for yourself.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Introduction

  1. The Overall Process of Improving Your Social Skills
  2. Addressing Some Common Challenges and Concerns about Working on
    Your Social Skills
    Section 1: Tackling the Main Mental Barriers to Socializing
  3. Seeing the Effects of Shyness, Social Anxiety, Insecurity, and
    Discouragement
  4. Shifting your Mind-Set about Your Social Discomfort
  5. Handling Counterproductive Thinking about Socializing
  6. Hands-On Strategies for Taking the Edge Off Anxiety
  7. Reducing Fears and Insecurities through Real-World Experiences
  8. Increasing Your Self-Esteem and Confidence
    Section 2: Developing Your Conversations Skills
  9. Getting a Basic Feel for Conversations
  10. Dealing with Awkward Silences
  11. Starting One-on-One Conversations
  12. Having Deeper Conversations
  13. Ending Conversations
  14. Navigating Group Conversations
  15. Making Conversation in Particular Situations
  16. Becoming Aware of Empathy
  17. Core Listening Skills
  18. Recognizing and Acting on Other People’s Nonverbal Communication
  19. Improving Your Own Nonverbal Communication
  20. Conversation Mistakes
  21. Being More Likable
  22. Being More Fun
  23. Assertiveness Skills
    Section 3: Forming and Growing Friendships
  24. Introduction to the Process of Making Friends
  25. Finding Potential Friends
  26. Making Plans with Potential Friends
  27. Deepening New Friendships
  28. Making a Group of Friends
  29. Making Friends in Particular Situations
  30. Troubleshooting the Process of Making Friends
  31. Looking Forward as Your Social Skills Improve
    Appendix A: Asperger’s Syndrome / Mild Autism
    Further Reading

Book info

Book Title: The Social Skills Guidebook   
Author: Chris MacLeod
Category: Human Development
Language: English
Pages: Pages

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