Social Skills Teens Need to Survive High School
Learn to Communicate with Assertiveness to Spike Confidence, Gain Personal Growth, and Squash Anxiety With 37 Real-Life Examples
Make the Most Of your High school Years by developing New Social Skills that help make friends, thwart enemies, and build your confidence.
Does the thought of starting high school breed a mix of deep emotions–from intense excitement to mind-numbing dread?
Are you wondering how you will fit in with new peers while you navigate the difficulties of this new, unforgiving territory?
Don’t be a target for bullies and phony friends. Learn to set boundaries for yourself and use assertiveness to thrive.
Avoid unnecessary conflicts, and learn to communicate effectively with parents, teachers, and even your boss.
During your teenage years, it’s easy to become overwhelmed while learning to handle life as a young adult.
As you interact with people from all walks of life and face novel experiences, you can expect a few bumps in the road–but don’t let them hold you back!
Unlock new personal skills to overcome life’s toughest challenges.
Conflict is inevitable, but you can find a peaceful solution to any situation without getting anyone riled up or hurt.
From standing up for yourself to successfully resolving conflicts, learn the skills that will help you stay cool and collected in any situation.
In this guide, here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
● The necessary tools for creating an engaging, fulfilling life – make your high school years a time to thrive
● Helpful prompts to help you gain insight into what makes you unique and uncover a deeper understanding of who you are
● How to bridge communication gaps with loved ones and start meaningful conversations about struggles at school without retreating within yourself
● Tips and tricks on establishing helpful boundaries between yourself, your parents, and your siblings to have a stress-free family environment
● Invaluable insight into maintaining effective relationships with your boss, learning how to assert yourself at work, and developing strategies for dealing with difficult customers
● How to navigate the world of dating with confidence and respect – get valuable advice on turning down potential partners politely yet firmly, setting healthy boundaries for yourself, and knowing when it's time to end a date
● How to manage bullies and fake friends at school – learn how you can confidently stand up for yourself and navigate difficult social situations
And much more.
Beginning your journey into high school can feel overwhelming, with looming expectations and worries about whether these will be the years that set you up for success or failure.
No need to worry though. With guidance and self-assurance, this milestone could become an invaluable building block for future success!
If you want to make the most of your high school years and beyond, get this book now!
Having first contracted COVID-19 and then "Long Covid", in February of 2020 (then again in, March of 2022), "Suffering Long Covid" details those difficult and very personal experiences. In attempting to understand the bizarre nature of this disease, the book is written from the perspective of horror / sci fi author, and award winning filmmaker, JZ Murdock, who holds a B.A. in Psychology and Phenomenology. This book shares the things he struggled to discover through research, as well as detailing his own personal attempts to survive and enhance his quality of life, through a very difficult time.
Amazon 5 star review:
Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2022
As we enter our 3rd year of the COVID-19 Pandemic there are a variety of side effects being experience by over25 million Americans from the over 100 million cases of COVID-19.
The author provides excellent detailed observations and research into the symptoms he suffered during his personal expereince with LONG COVD. Through the fatigue and other symptoms you can gain insight into what you and your family may be experiencing.
It is a detailed quick read and he used his background as a researher and writerto bring greater awarernes and understanding to the LONG COVID condition.
As someone who worked in epidemtilogy for 18 years I found this book to be an excellent resource of information.
Who Else Can't Get Enough Stephen King?
Do you read everything Stephen King writes? Can't wait for his next novel or short story? Then you are a Constant Reader. So am I; he had me at 'Salem's Lot.
Bumpty-Bumpty-Bump! is the Number One Book for the Number One Fan. Covering more than forty years of Stephen King fiction, Bumpty shows every day of the year, from January 1st to December 31st. There's even an April 31st!
With it's day-by-day structure, you can pick Bumpty up and put it down any time. Be careful, though; you'll be tempted to read just one more day, one more day. Imagine bringing back the memories of your many trips into Stephen King's worlds.
Got the Stephen King Addiction? Then Get This Must-Have Book!
You deserve it. Go ahead, make your day.
In his sixth published book, Prof. Stewart takes us on a journey through time and space. As a retired clandestine operative, a vast knowledge of multiple fields of science was absolutely mandatory. He delivers a provocative exegesis regarding:
The Theory of Evolution and Genetics, Big Bang Theory and Initial Singularity, Atomism, Intelligent Design and Cosmology, Psychology and Neurology, Physics, World Religions, and much more.
This book is the perfect gift for any child or adult who desires to know the whole and complete truth which is often omitted from modern textbooks and classrooms. You'll want to use this book for reference again and again.
Other books written by Prof. Stewart include: The Real Mind of God: A Comparative Scriptural Analysis, Jesus: The Evidence, Gender: Issues & Solutions, 50 Music Compositions of Saxophonist Robert Stewart, Islam & Jihad (Holy War) Explained.
For the first time, here is an exhaustive collection of Stephen King connections and Easter Eggs. With over three hundred pages of connections and related trivia, Fun is Fun and Done is Done is sure to delight Constant Readers.
First, we show each connection and how each work is associated. Then we summarize with a list of connections for each novel.
Appendices include a list of writers (from best-selling authors to newspaper reporters and freelance authors), Boston Post cane recipients, a list of fictional towns, and more.
You all are familiar with Castle Rock, Cujo, Shawshank, and Inside View, but did you catch the Mile 81 rest area as a connection? How about the Sharp Cereals connection? Or the Paradise Falls connection? See these and more today.
Get a storytelling edge by learning the eight writing crafts and the secrets of how to engage readers.
Most books on writing specialize in one, two, or three crafts, but none focuses on the overview (yep, that’s a paradox). Until now. The storytelling map is finally here.
The Eight Crafts of Writing is great for aspiring writers and writers who are a few years into their writing journey but got lost in the weeds - as it happened to the author.
Besides providing the map of storytelling, The Eight Crafts of Writing explores new writing territories, for example:
→ The psychology of storytelling
→ The adversity cycle: The origin of fiction writing outline
→ Protagonistic and antagonistic genres, stories, and scenes
→ How to use the eight writing crafts to engage readers
→ A new perspective on the (shapeshifting) writer’s block
★190 pages on How to Analyze People with Psychology ★
• Have you ever wished you could know what a person really thinks of you?
• Want to know how some people seem to acquire everything they ask for and how others are most attracted to them?
• Do you want to understand how your colleague seems to know what your manager thinks and what is the best thing to say?
• What are the psychological drives that lead people to act in ways that are contrary to social norms and harmful to others?
If that sounds familiar to you, read on!
Today is the best time to get others to decide in your favor. Now you can influence their decisions without even saying a word. You can do all of this through the subconscious power of non-verbal communication.
David Green is a former Stanford psychologist specializing in all neuroscientific and psychotherapy disciplines. However, it was only when he dropped out of college and entered the "real world" that he began to understand these theoretical topics in a practical sense. One of the skills he has continued to hone is the art of analyzing people.
Organized, precise, and delicate gestures and movements will ensure that others are willing to present the things you ask for. You no longer need to think about the things it would be like to be at the top. Today you will have the tools you need to climb your way!
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In this insightful and functional book you will discover:
◆ History of body language.
◆ Read body language like a boss.
◆ How to interpret verbal communication?
◆ Non-verbal body language.
◆ Understanding human behavior.
... and much more.
Even if you've never been able to defend yourself from manipulative behavior, this book will teach you the techniques you need in your toolbox to combat all your uncertainties.
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Lockdown Life is a humorous and reflective snapshot of the unique period called 'Lockdown'. 2020 brought us the great global event that resulted in seven billion people on the planet being sent to the confines of their homes amidst the pandemic, some to homes padded with toilet paper and others with cupboards full of dry pasta!
Split into three parts, this book is designed to help you spot 'Lockdown Personalities', explore 'Lockdown Activities' and reflect on 'Lockdown Lessons'. Did you know that the Lockdown Roadman's hobby of chatting up women outside Iceland was classed as 'essential work'? Did you catch that glass of brandy your child's teacher was drinking off-screen during the English lesson on Shakespeare?
Lockdown made introverts (Intros) scream with joy and extroverts (Extros) quake in their boots as they were forced out of the pubs and clubs. It made parents appreciate teachers and the public appreciate the NHS, and some tapped into gifts and talents they didn't even know they had. But what can we gain from this time? Can humanity learn and grow?
Dive in and join us as we explore love, laughter and freedom amongst one of the most challenging times of humanity.
Being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes can be a very frightening and worrying experience, not only for the person themselves, but also for their loved ones. Having your child diagnosed can feel truly devastating, the moment you find out that they will have to inject insulin for the rest of their lives, or they will die, is beyond heart-breaking. Type 1 diabetes doesn't discriminate between race, religion, or how you were brought up, it can affect anyone from the superrich to the super-poor. Dealing with diagnosis can be just as hard as dealing with the disease itself, and coming to terms with it can take a very long time. This book tells the story of my son as he was diagnosed, from how my wife and I as parents saw the early signs, to our journey through diagnosis, then on to living with a type 1 child. I wrote this not as a means to help people medically deal with the disease(however I do highlight several things that we do to control it), but to show those that are going through the same experience - you are not alone, and things do get better. This book is for all the type 1 diabetic warriors in this world, and those who care for them.
"An Englishman in the Seminole War," was published by The Florida Historical Society and is available directly from the FHS and from Amazon.
The book is a memoir based upon the letters of John Bemrose, edited by Randal J. Agostini, who is John’s great great grandson. John Bemrose came to America from England as an unaccompanied 16 year-old in 1831. He served in the US Army as a dedicated hospital steward during the Second Seminole War.
Bemrose documented his five years in America in a series of sixty letters written to his eldest son, Weightman between November 1863 and May 1866.
John Bemrose provides unique descriptions of nineteenth century St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Micanopy, and other locations. He offers personal observations of Florida's diverse populations, and key figures of the Seminole War. Bemrose recounts dramatic battles, difficult marches through the Florida wilderness and the challenging life of a soldier in the 1830’s.
This exciting memoir, written as a first person narrative, provides valuable new insights into Florida history and culture from An Englishman in the Seminole War.”
Ben Brotemarkle, Executive Director, Florida Historical Society, Summer 2021.