“How to make friends – School Edition” is an eBook for use in schools…
One purchase price includes the right to copy and use it in one, whole school!
Teachers, give your students the guide they all need while growing up. This 45+ page reference will teach them the difference between friendly and unacceptable behaviour. This gives you one more tool in creating safe environments in your schools and helps your students to engage properly with one another and in the long run, create an even better school using this book.
Copy and distribute throughout your school!
This a comprehensive guide to help you develop the skills and confidence to form meaningful relationships. This book provides practical methods for building friendships at school and later on in life. It is never too late, and with a little effort, you can start building new relationships that are meaningful and fulfilling.
Get yours now and share with the students in your school and make this year a happier and safer year for all.
Learn skills the right skills to make friends and be more confident
You’ll learn how to overcome shyness, start conversations, and navigate social situations with ease. You will learn step-by-step approaches to building friendships and strengthening existing relationships. Whether you’re looking to make new friends or deepen existing friendships, this book is a must-read for anyone looking to improve their social skills and build a more fulfilling life.
Topics covered include:
- What is friendship?
- Why should we and your “how to guide”.
- The difference between friendship and love, obsession and harassment?
- Inappropriate behaviour
- Finding common interests
- Places to find friends
- Being open and friendly
- Communication skills
- Reliability and dependability
- Habits, Attitude and Behaviour
- What is Character?
- How to reach out
- Overcoming shyness
- The opposite sex
Get your guide today on how to make friends and help your students to start making new friends properly!
Download your eBook in PDF format now!
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NOTE: None of our eBooks or resources promotes or mention gender education as promoted by the state. All students are referred to as boys or girls.