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How to Make A Confident First Impression

Making a confident first impression can be challenging, learn how to feel confident and make a positive first impression by following these three tips.

Do you ever find yourself stressing out before attending an event or meeting new people? Making a first impression and feeling self-confident in social situations can be challenging for many, but doesn’t have to be. Emily shares three tips on how to make a confident first impression while appearing self-assured, thinking positively, and most importantly, feeling good about yourself.

Take Good Care.

Emily is the author of Express Yourself: A Teen Girls Guide to Speaking Up and Being Who You Are.You can visit Emily’s Guidance Girl website. You can also find her on FacebookGoogle+ and Twitter.

Author: Emily Roberts MA, LPC

Emily is a psychotherapist, she is intensively trained in DBT, she the author of Express Yourself: A Teen Girls Guide to Speaking Up and Being Who You Are. You can visit Emily’s Guidance Girl website. You can also find her on FacebookGoogle+ and Twitter.

1 thought on “How to Make A Confident First Impression”

  1. Once more an excellent life advisement to deal in satisfying way with social situations such are new and surprising appointments, as well. I mean that three presented suggestions in Your video are a good base to create and develop a supportive social network, as crucial element for a functional mental health state.The sense of confidence is undoubtedly the principal factor that contribute to strength Your self-esteem, by which personal feature anyone might to have a positive viewpoint to oneself. These cause-consequence correlations are of vital importance for mentally ill persons, because amid others life impediments the sense of low self-esteem confused their delicate and fragile social skills.

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