Reassurance For Those Who Struggle With Social Situations

I’ve been reading The Social Skills Guidebook, by Chris Macleod. He reassures the reader that it’s okay to be a late bloomer with social skills and that no one is a lost cause, even if they have to work harder at it than others (page 1, Kindle edition). Reading this helps with my social anxiety because I’ve thought about how behind I am with my social skills and wondered if I’ll ever get to where I want to be. I want to pass along his reassurance to others who struggle with similar things in case it helps them like it helped me. If you want to learn more about social skills, you might find his book a good resource.


Works Cited

Macleod, Chris. The Social Skills Guidebook. Unknown publisher, 2016.

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3 Replies to “Reassurance For Those Who Struggle With Social Situations”

  1. Thank you for the reference, I will check it out. I was just talking about this with a friend actually. I confessed I watched other girls in my teen and tried to behave as they did, not because I wanted to be them, but because their confidence was mesmerizing and I wanted to bottle it for myself.

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