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Socially Accepted: A Self-Help book for the Socially Awkward Kindle Edition

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Running an office for about 16 psychologists, I find myself reading a ton of self help books to recommend to the therapists for their patients. I must say, I have never read a book as honest as Socially Accepted. The author lays it all out there without holding back. It's extremely refreshing to have such straight forward help without any sugar coating. Not only will this be very helpful for young people who have a hard time being social but it was HILARIOUS. It's like no other self-help book I've read & I've read quite a bit of them. I really enjoyed it! --Gabriella Reyes

Socially Accepted had a very unique tone. At parts it was inspiring, motivating, comical, formal, and informal. It was as if you were having dinner with a friend you lost touch with hearing stories, lessons, advice, and wisdom. This book was definitely one that was difficult to put down. I finished it in 4 reading sessions. I could've finished it in one but since it was split into four parts it made it easy for me. This would make a great gift. --Alex Dolsen
An insightful book that one can really apply to everyday life. I feel like it contributed a lot to me in the sense it improved my comfortability when dealing with common or irregular social situations. Easy read and had me laughing half the time.--Eric Zambrano

I recently graduated with a Master from Penn State in Psychology. I'm a big reader and it was a very easy read. The author was very good at explaining his points. I have to give it to the body language chapter, that really was eye opening for me. It was a fun read will definitely read it again a couple months from now. Even had me laughing out loud at some points. Definitely do not regret buying this book. --Sean Matheus

About the Author

Joe Casanova is a hands-on executive officer known for his strategic and focused approached, with extensive accolades for limiting risk, creating lean teams, and establishing creative strategies for optimizing internal operations, financial returns, and a reputable customer service. Joe has written a self-help book Growth Hacking: A How to Guide on Becoming a Growth Hacker which reached Top 50 on Amazon in Marketing. Joe's passion now is focused on Socially Accepted: A Self-Help Book for the Socially Awkward. When he is not back home in Miami, FL, he is doing freelance consulting.

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  • File Size: 1023 KB
  • Print Length: 348 pages
  • Publisher: White Owl Publishing; 1 edition (June 19, 2014)
  • Publication Date: June 19, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LEWYH84
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Joe Casanova is a hands-on executive officer known for his strategic and focused approached, with extensive accolades for limiting risk, creating lean teams, and establishing creative strategies for optimizing internal operations, financial returns, and a reputable customer service. Joe has written a self-help book Growth Hacking: A How to Guide on Becoming a Growth Hacker which reached Top 50 on Amazon in Marketing. Joe's passion now is focused on Socially Accepted: A Self-Help Book for the Socially Awkward. When he is not back home in Miami, FL, he is doing freelance consulting.

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Three things to know about this book. First, the author is male -- not a problem but it does mean that a lot of his advice is geared towards men. In fact, he admits this fact. Second, a lot of the first half is common sense stuff for the benefit of the really truly horribly socially awkward. But hey, there's a foundation to build upon for those that need it. Finally, I found the last half more insightful.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael Santiago on July 15, 2014
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This book came directly from the author's heart and you will be able to tell as soon as you begin to read it! Not only will this book give you the courage to be yourself and not stray away from situations for fear of being rejected, but it will open doors to countless experiences you would have never been able to encounter while being socially uninvolved. I recommend everyone, even if you already think you are a socially involved person, to read this book. Amazing job!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tony on September 12, 2014
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I dont consider myself much of a socially awkward person especially when I started reading this book. The first half of the book explains the very obvious things about socializing. From friends zone to creep zone to keeping a clean outfit by always looking your best. The chapter that definitely stuck with me was the body language as well as the establish dominance. Eye contact is the pathway to the soul. This book is written by a man so it is obvious aimed towards men but woman can definitely learn a thing or two from it. The chapter just for the ladies really hits that on the nail. The beginning and middle was very informative, comical, and personal as the examples he used really stuck the point. The ending was great how the author tied everything together by preaching the opposite of what he was saying. Besides the obvious information in the first half of the book the whole book was pure gold. This book boost my confidence and also had me laughing. A great read for those who are awkward in social situation and for those who just want to learn more about socializing!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael Robbins on July 16, 2014
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I dont consider myself socially awkward but I am recently out of a relationship and so I am getting back into the social life. This book really showed me places to meet people icebreakers and even how to keep myself doing better. It was inspiring and motivational! Great job!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mander on July 15, 2014
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So I came across this book and didn't think much of it but once I started reading it I could not put it down. It has made me realize some awkward habits I have myself. It is a great funny and entertaining book that I cannot wait to finish.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mario sabates on September 2, 2014
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I've read many books on self help, life coaching, and personal growth. This was a great one to read and add to the arsenal. Easy to read and easy to follow. The author does a great job explaining everything and it can be implemented right away! Definitely worth buying and sharing!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dylan Castellon on August 19, 2014
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This book is definitely an eye opener for anyone who gets easily uncomfortable in certain social situations like me... Noticed myself applying the things in this book definitely helped me out worth the purchase
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Deegs Mommy on January 1, 2015
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Just awful! Its very much geared towards Men, the content and advice is so immature and juvenile. There are grammatical errors, the Author sounds like a frat boy that boasts about how awesome he is. It seriously was painful for me to read, I had to stop! Pass on this book!
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