Listen to this episode to learn how to improve your social skills.
In this episode you’ll learn:
How Daniel became interested in social skills
The powerful positivity of an online community
When to stoptalking in a conversation
How to deal with conversation if you’re really not interested in what the other person is saying
The creaky door technique
Developing a growth mindset
Social Skills Q & A: From You, The Listeners!
Conversation. Where do I stop? When have I said too much? I don’t do chit chat well. It’s hard to find others with the same interests as me and I’m not social enough to go out looking. Most people bore me and most don’t understand me. Now look, I’ve already said too much.
I don’t know if this is considered to be a social question or not? But starting next week I am about to be around several people, and will most certainly need to do presentations to them at some point. I am absolutely terrified of that. (When I’m in front of a group, my heart pounds to the point I’m afraid I’ll have a heart attack, my voice quivers, my mind shuts down, I can’t think of the words to say, sometimes I say things that aren’t true and I have no idea why, …).
What can a child with ” Aspergers” do to improve their social skills and have the ability to empathize?
2) Become a member at Improve Your Social Skills: The costs are very reasonable. Choose from Basic, Ad Free, and Lifetime Memberships. Covers topics of Group Conversation, Making Friends, Empathy, Dating, Meeting People
3) Once you’ve gone through all of the above material, practice conversation, either with family members or acquaintances. If you’d like more direct feedback, Daniel has arranged a service called conversation partners. These are two of his friends who will converse with you, and then give you feedback about how you’re coming across.
4) After all of those steps, you may want to consider personal coaching with Daniel. It’s a bit more expensive because Dan has limited time while he works on his doctorate.
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