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Poor social skills often lead to stress, anxiety, aggression and loneliness, which can negatively affect physical as well as mental health. With solid social skills, you increase your opportunity to: Communicate your needs and wants clearly and effectively, Have better—and potentially more—relationships, Navigate tricky social situations, Be considered for career opportunities, And Feel happier
It’s human nature to sometimes say or do something you wish you hadn’t. But some people are impulsive quite often. If you notice a regular pattern of the following, it might be an issue: Aggressive behavior, Restlessness, Interrupting others, Being easily distracted,
You rely on concentration to get through work or school every day. When you’re unable to concentrate, you can’t think clearly, focus on a task, or maintain your attention. Being unable to concentrate affects people differently. Some symptoms you may experience include: being unable to remember things that occurred a short time ago, difficulty sitting still, difficulty thinking clearly, lack of focus, lacking physical or mental energy to concentrate, and making careless mistakes
Social skills Peer/family relationship issues Impulsive behaviors, such as anger, tantrums, verbal/physical aggression, property destruction, opposition and defiance Difficulty respecting authority figures Unorganized/poor focus or concentration are more examples of behavioral challanges.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on our lives. Many of us are facing challenges that can be stressful, overwhelming, and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Here at TSP, we also provide COVID-19 response resources through a contactless virtual learning platform that aims to foster Mental Health through individual competencies and psychological abilities.