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Is there a book or movie to learn about social skills?

Long ago I had problems that caused me to isolate myself during my teen years and that is why I do not develop well in social work, that is why now, I battle to engage in normal conversations or make friends. I am going with a psychologist, but I would like to support me also with things that will help me overcome that I'm missing

4voto

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Your school will be the practice. The more I relationships, the more you will learn about social relationships. A tip in advance: If you are labouring in and take an interest in what each person will say and put in it all your interest, you sobrarán friends, all over the world you will seek to be with you because next to you they will feel valued and esteemed. Is the best strategy I know to achieve acceptance among the people, but must be **sincere interest**. To the principle will cost but once you get the habit it will be natural and you will be much loved by all. I speak from experience.

2voto

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_Francisco, I don't know your age and the problem that caused your awkwardness today. Having Psychological support is a good start, and follow the guidelines tell you. Go to the Library to read Self Help books but my indication is for you to go up to groups of people related to a hobby or sport that you like; Cyclists, Mountaineers, Volunteers in Ngos, Etc. There are many different people and learn to participate freely and sharing experiences. You'll also have coworkers, neighbors, and family members that you are closest to start or recover relations. The most important thing is to get out of isolation and you'll see that people with good will are in the majority. Forward._

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I am Jero, expert coach and expert on social skills. You commented, you can read what that is or see all the films, but in the case of the social skills are developed by practicing and having interactions. Before being a Coach, I had many problems to relate to, spend a lot of pain, rejection, sadness, etc after touching bottom, I decided to change that, below I share a list of movies and books: Movies: -Let the game Begin (essential for you, very funny and good) Books: -The game - Neil Strauss (here speaks about the birth and development of social skills, it is bueníiiiisimo) -The Mystery Method - Erik Von Markovic -Psychology of Success - Mario Luna (everything written by this man is a true work of art) -Magic Bullets -Content of RSD (Real Social Dynamics) -The Tao of Badass -How to make friends and influence people - Dale Carnegie (a classic) And the list goes on and on, most of those are of my favorites I include to look for material of Egoland, Zan Perrion, Richard LaRuina, among others.. By the way, you can check on [www.inmeth.com](http://www.inmeth.com/) And the youtube page [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsLxYwja6bU](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsLxYwja6bU) **There posting videos on social skills and more.**

1voto

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There is abundant material from the type that demands, but if you're into psychological treatment, I do not see suitable to be formed in a direction that, perhaps, is contrary to the one that comes by checking your psychologist. If you feel a need for some additional training or supplementary to the one that she is providing, is what you must do to know your therapist. You should have patience and trust in it; these therapies is to frame them in the medium/long term.

1voto

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or) Things that will help you is to go has entertainment centers will help you to relax and assimilate to be surrounded by people, read books to raise the self-esteem, and create objectives close to achieving in a short time, that helps you to have confidence in you, good to put in practice this will help the interrelationship with people little by little after all is a process. But most important of all is to ask in prayer to the LORD God with a love that will help you that he knows you perfectly and agradecelo in the name of JESUS Christ .

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