The Teen s Guide to Social Skills

The Teen s Guide to Social Skills
Author : Kate Fitzsimons
Publisher : Rockridge Press
Total Pages :
Release : 2021-02-16
ISBN 10 : 164876617X
ISBN 13 : 9781648766176
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Teen s Guide to Social Skills Book Description:

Understanding and overcoming social awkwardness and anxiety for teens In social situations, it can be really confusing to figure out what to say or do--and when you're a teenager, it often feels impossible to get past the awkwardness. No matter why you struggle, you can build up your confidence with this guide to social skills for teens! With the help of real scenarios and easy-to-remember strategies, you'll learn to identify the causes of your social discomfort and improve how you deal with tricky situations. As you practice, you'll get better at handling emotions, reducing conflict, calming anxiety, and feeling comfortable. This practical choice in socialization books for teens has: Simple strategies--Find step-by-step tips, tools, and techniques to help you change a negative mindset, be assertive, ask questions, and much more. Skill building--Bolster skills around confidence, emotional awareness, nonverbal cues, active listening, and empathy--and start using them right away. Everyday situations--Use your new knowledge in person and online in all the key areas of your life, from friendships, family, and relationships to school and social media. Discover an essential handbook that teaches real social skills for teens to use every day.


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