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Can you suggest three new experiences that teens should be open to, if they want to improve their social skills?
I think the first thing that teens want to make themselves open to is getting out and doing more social events: going out to more parties, going out to school discos, and just trying to be more actively involved in their social life.
I’m seeing a lot of teens are having a problem with their social skills.
A lot of teens can’t wait to get to a point where they’re more social.
However, for some teens, they have a little bit of social anxiety and they’re worried about how they’re going to be judged in these environments. It’s a lot easier for them to basically stay home and play their Xbox and do things that become really comfortable to them.
The second thing that I would encourage teens to do is to take up more fun activities, and maybe think outside the box here a little bit.
Some great examples in the modern day are mixed martial arts, which is a practical skill that will help develop your confidence, will help develop your aggression, will help develop your strength, and will essentially also get you meeting other people.
A second example might be some form of dance.
Once again, it has a multiple of purposes. You develop your coordination skills. You develop your fitness. You develop your ability to be connected to a rhythm on the dance floor and to be able to move in a way that’s going to be appealing to other people. And again, you develop the ability to improve your social circle.
What could you give as a third tip? Any suggestions of your own?
For me, a big thing is just being adventurous.
Just being open to any kind of experience that their social circle is open to. You don’t know what you’re missing until you get in there. So just be able to test the water and see how it feels, what feels good, and what you’ll enjoy. I think it’s really good for their development and how they will be as they grow up and become an adult.
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Number three should definitely be about being adventurous. If teens can do this, not only will it develop their social circle, but it will also develop their personality to a point where they’re more likely to take risks, to a point where they’ll be able to say “Yes” to new and exciting opportunities, and to a point where they’re able to basically lead more fulfilling lives. They’ll have more going on in their life; they’ll feel more enriched. And as part of that process, you’ll find that they’ll actually start to like themselves more.
I think for a lot of teenagers, when they go into the process of trying to explore who they are as a person, that can be a really powerful mix that they can add to their life. It will really assist them with that process of being clear on who they are and where they want to go with their life.
Improving their social skills should be a top priority for teenagers… it helps in all areas of life.
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