Teens and Parents, Did You Kw?Any teen can learn the social and leadership skills to become popular. When you're popular, life is exciting. Popular people are surrounded by close friends, fans, and secret admirers. They have the skills to form meaningful romantic relationships and rarely get bullied, because they have the confidence to stand up for themselves and others. They are leaders in the classroom, in extracurricular activities, and at work. Wouldn't it feel great to... ...Give a class presentation without anxiety? ...Have the confidence and right words to ask that special someone to the dance? ...Be able to read your crush's body language to kw what he or she really thinks about you? ...And communicate positively with everyone, including teachers, bosses, and college admissions officers? How would your life change if you replaced your feelings of loneliness, awkwardness, and frustration with happiness and self-confidence? But...Can you learn the social skills to be popular? Yes! Popular teens think and act in ways that make them loved and admired. This book reveals these scientifically-backed popularity secrets and makes learning these social skills and applying them in your life fun and easy. Don't worry, The Teen Popularity Handbook isn't going to turn you into a bully or mean girl, but a confident, fun, and well-liked teen everyone wants to get to kw. Also, since studies show that popular high-schoolers earn more money later in life than unpopular teens, the benefits of being popular never end. So, what are you waiting for? It's time to start your exciting transformation into a popular teen right w!
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