How Do People Get Along with Others

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How Do People Get Along with Others

By | October 2012
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Abstract
“Social skills are the ultimate determining factor in the child’s future success, happiness and acceptance.”- Richard Lavoie wrote in his book, it’s So Much Work to Be Your Friend (Lavoie, 2005). Interpersonal relationships is an important aspect of life and by socializing with others, this goal will be met. In this paper, the importance of getting along with others, obstacles to relationship building and ways to build good interpersonal relationships will be discussed. Firstly, building interpersonal relationships is important in that it is the avenue for fun and entertainment, it is used to build and maintain friendships and it is the key to healthy and fruitful life. Secondly, being afraid of rejection, catering to others and lack of understanding in oneself are obstacles that one may face when trying to socialize and build relationships. Lastly, changing attitude and behaviors, practicing communication skills and starting in a familiar environment are general, but effective ways in building interpersonal relationships.

Introduction
It is often assumed that people with strong social skills loves meeting new people and hanging out with friends all the time. The reality is, even a shy is going to have to communicate with others at some time or another. The truth is, everyone is social, but it is expressed at different levels and in different ways. Having strong social skills doesn’t mean one will succeed in life for sure, but what it does mean is that one is very capable of creating networks and communicating with others. In this paper, I will focus on the importance of getting along with others, obstacles to relationship building and ways to build good interpersonal relationships. Importance of getting along with others

It is important to develop social skills at a young age. It will not only benefit yourself, but also the people around you. Developing a good relationship with others is the key to success and happiness in life (Collingwood,...
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