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The book The Social Skills Guidebook is written by Chris MacLeod MSW. THIS BOOK IS FOR ANYONE who feels they need to brush up on their social skills. You may feel shy, anxious, and insecure around people. You find it difficult to strike up a conversation and leave a good impression on others. You’re lonely and isolated and don’t go out as often as you’d like, or you just have a few casual acquaintances and want closer relationships. Maybe all of the above. Perhaps you feel that you somehow missed out on learning the unwritten social rules that everyone else seemed to have mastered by the time they were thirteen.

If you have these social difficulties, you are not alone. You may feel like an exceptionally broken outcast, but these are all common problems. Millions of people feel the same as you. The good news is that these social problems can be solved. The concept of “late blooming” exists for a reason. Many people were shy or lonely for a period of their lives before they developed their interpersonal skills and outgrown shyness or loneliness. You can increase your self-confidence. You can learn to manage shyness and anxiety and the self-defeating thoughts and behaviors that feed them. You can practice and perfect your conversation skills.



Key features

  • Mental barriers include shyness, social anxiety, and low self-confidence.
  • Less-developed conversation skills
  • Lack of friends and an unsatisfactory social life


Topics of this Edition

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

Overview of The Social Skills Guidebook

You think your social life could be better. You’ve felt shy for as long as you can remember. Your conversations have more awkward moments than you’d like. Maybe you don’t need a lot of friends, but you would like to have a few people to hang out with once in a while. You want to make changes, but you don’t know where to start. Many people have been in your shoes, so you are not a lost cause and it is never too late to change things. The Social Skills Guide gives you insight into your interpersonal struggles and behaviors and offers practical tips for developing and improving your people skills.



Book Name The Social Skills Guidebook
Author of Book Chris MacLeod MSW
Edition N/A
Language English
Format PDF
Category Motivational Books



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