Do you have trouble making friends and keeping them? You could be unknowingly sabotaging your efforts to find a friend. Are you tired of the emotional hurt and pain of rejection? Looking for love from a girlfriend, boyfriend, or just companionship with a friend?
How often do you say: I need a friend? Maybe it's time to get some answers and learn how to make new friends.
Here's what you'll discover in Learn How to Make Friends:
When you develop confidence to meet people it will be easy to find friends. No need to make friends online, instead learn how to meet people in your area. You won't be heard saying: I need friends when you know what makes a good friend and how to be one. You deserve to have a good friend and successful relationships. Discover your answer in Learn How to Make Friends.
©2014 Frances P Robinson (P)2014 Frances P Robinson
The book only outline what caused problems but had no real solutions. Had some helpful tips but it was all mostly common sense on where to find friends and how to talk to people. Usually people who can't make friends have underlying problem and without solving those this book wont help.
""Making and Cultivating Friends for Life""
This is a very useful and helpful book for people who are shy or have difficulty in making lasting friendships. It explains the three things that define what a friend is. A friend is a person who has a mutual bond, a companion, or someone you can confide in.
I really liked some of the things this book discussed. It's helpful for anyone, although I can see this helping a lot of younger folks, for instance, new moms who want to make friends with other new moms or a perfect example is if someone is having to move around a lot and are forced to make new friends while maintaining long distance friendships such as military families. There's a lot of good information here.
Frances P. Robinson has written a wonderful book and I only wish it had been longer. I hope to hear more from her. And I like where she said to smile. A smile can go a long ways. RECOMMENDED.
Julie Eickhoff had an upbeat, positive tone which was perfect for this audiobook. I enjoyed listening to her narration. Really nice job. I look forward to more from her as well.
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Good reminder for me personally. Very easy to follow along. Narrator is a ray of sunshine.
I wanted to listen to Learn how to Make friends because I had lost a long term friend once. I had always wondered what happened. After listening to the book I really understood what I had done wrong in some of my friendships. Not just the 1 friend I had lost. I really think this is a book best listened to twice to completely pick up everything the author has wrote for the listener.
I found her ideas very useful and I plan to work on making new friends with her advice.
It was very nice that the author had learned from her own experiences of what to do and not to do. I thought her shared experience made it nicer to listen to the audio. I think we have all had that one friend we invested too much into and things go down hill after that.
I think that this is very helpful advice and will help people that listen to the book.
The narrator had a very pleasant voice and is easy to listen too.
I highly recommend listening to the book.
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