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What's the best book for social skills/confidence? I dress well and am reasonably handsome.

Thanks /lit/
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>>13283837
The Bible, newfriend.
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>>13283837
Maybe talk more, dont you think?
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>>13283837
>I dress well and am reasonably handsome.
>Failing at life in easy mode
You don't deserve help.
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>>13283896
social autism counteracts a handsome appearance (for guys)
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>>13283944
uhm, no
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>>13283944
how is that worse than being ugly and autistic?
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STOP MASTURBATING. STOP LUSTING. YOU WILL MOVE MOUNTAINS.
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If you actually have aspergers then you get sensory overload in social situations, you need to focus very intensely to function, basically a kind of mindfullness can help you.
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Books:
Improve your social skills, Daniel Wendler. (A real autist)
The social skills guidebook, Chris Macleod (Runs succeedsocially.com)



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