Practicing Social Skills in School

John Neyman Jr
Dr. John is a counselor and therapist to ADHD children and their parents

Social skills are never to be taken for granted because they are very important everywhere you go.

School is a great venue for practicing those skills because it is where you get most of your learning. It is important that young children, like you, should learn to develop and practice the ways on how to effectively communicate with other people. This will help you to become smarter and more confident. This will help you to succeed in your life later on. Here are some of the reasons why you should practice social skills in school.

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You will gain more relationships. When you take time to communicate with other, you gain more friends and acquaintances. You develop relationships with people of different ages, gender, race and religion. Being able to build relationships with others help you to become friendlier and more approachable. People will find it enjoyable to talk to you and you will learn more ideas and experiences from people you communicate with.

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You will have great communication skills. Relating with students in your school and being able to learn with a large group will help you to develop your communication skills. You will become more open to expressing your own thoughts and feelings. You will be able to convey your ideas in a confident manner. You will be able to talk in an interesting manner and you will also learn on how to listen to what others have to say.

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You will become more efficient. When you are good in communicating, people will admire you. You can use your skills to help others by encouraging them to be confident in expressing their own ideas and feelings. People will find it interesting to talk to you and you will gain trust from them.

You will also learn on how to be sensitive to the feelings of others when you practice social skills.

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You will have a better career in the future. When you practice your social skills even when you are still a student, you will become smarter and productive. When you grow up, you will have an easy time to look for good careers. Most organizations admire people who are not only intelligent but also those who have the guts and the wit. You will have the confidence to face different types of people and you will be good in your line of work.

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You will increase your quality of life and your happiness. Having learned and practiced your social skills even with your fellow children, you will learn to value friendship. When you have friends, you will enjoy your childhood to the fullest. When you communicate effectively, you will have an outlet of all your joys and sorrows.

Practicing social skills will have a positive outlook in life and you become smarter in your decisions.

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