This is an appeal for all that read this message to take action today.
Nowadays, the importance of communication and interaction skills between people cannot be more emphasized in this modern generation. However, there are a category of people in the population who lack these skills in order to interact and socialize with other people, and they are usually shy. Of course, there is nothing wrong in being shy, but to be successful in both your career and personal life, these skills are usually essential. Furthermore, in this young generation, these introverts tend to avoid people and keep to themselves, sometimes to an extreme. While in schools, they are also known as the Â“LonersÂ”. Thus, the society has to help this minority group to adapt to the social Â“normÂ”, allowing them to pick up skills to be able to communicate with other people.
Symptoms of anti-sociable people
Â• Easily irritated and sometimes aggressive
Â• Inability to make or keep friends
Â• Disregard for the safety of self or others
Â• Inability to tolerate boredom
Â• A persistent agitated or depressed feeling
Â• Recklessness, impulsivity
Possible causes of anti-sociable people
Â• A family history of the disorder Â— such as having an antisocial parent
Â• External factors such as an overly punitive home or school environment
Â• Parents of the child with either alcoholic tendencies, a lack of consistent discipline and affection, or impulsive behavior.
Â• Genetic contributions
Of course, the above are the possible eventual problems of people who have poor social skills now. Below is a statistic from the site Scienceblog.com,
Â“ They found that those with disruptive disorders, in general, had the worst academic performance, the poorest relationships with family and friends, and the poorest "self management" (taking responsibility, planning, controlling anger, and being on time) of the teenagers studied.
Boys with any type of psychiatric disorder were found to have significant academic problems, as well as more trouble in relationships with family and friends, and less acceptance by peers than did healthy boys. There were no consistent, large differences in social functioning between disordered and healthy girls. Â”
By now, you must be wondering how all of these issues are actually a problem for them.
As seen, if they lacks in social skills, he/she may become socially isolated because others have labeled them negatively. For instance, you may find your them spending the majority of his/her time alone, playing computer games, watching television and never invited to birthday parties or other social events.
This results inÂ…..
Theses people that you know becoming more vulnerable when placed in social situations and may become victimized by social pressures put upon him/her.
SO , Help these individuals today by communicating more with them. Never ostracize them but be patient and listen to them. YouÂ’ll never know he may soon be your friend.
Extend your hand of friendship today!