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“Engaging, well-researched and frequently hilarious, From Shy To Social is one of those rare self-help books that feels like you’re being coached and encouraged by a trusted friend. An absolute must-read for all of the love shy men out there.”
– Sofi Papamarko, Relationship Columnist & Contributor to
The Huffington Post and The Globe & Mail

If your reserved nature is making it difficult for you to date and form friendships, here is some good news:

• Your shyness isn’t entirely your fault
• You can improve in ways you never thought possible

From Shy To Social: The Shy Man's Guide to Personal & Dating Success goes far beyond simple dating pointers by providing practical assignments and cutting-edge advice for the love shy man to build social aptitude and improve dating success. An extensive reference manual on social improvement, From Shy To Social teaches you how to gain confidence in everything from telephone manners to group interaction to directly approaching women for conversation. Each assignment builds on the skills learned previously to lift your social and dating ability to an exciting new level.

Follow the advice & practical assignments to:

• Improve style, body language and voice tone
• Eliminate passivity and become confidently assertive
• Build one-on-one and group conversational skills
• Reduce anxiety when talking to women
• Increase your online dating success
• Build friendships and get invited out more often
• Open conversations and talk to women of different nationalities
• Learn approach skills for the street, bars, bookstores, and more
• Learn proper dating behavior so you no longer get the brush-off for a second date

Also included is a discussion of female psychology and actual transcripts of conversations that led to phone numbers and dates with women. The real-world assignments will help you get the social life you deserve, becoming the better man you want to be.

Product Details

  • File Size: 742 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Sunbow Press (January 4, 2012)
  • Publication Date: January 4, 2012
  • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005P44X2C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Great book for shy men

8 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2013
By J. K Murray
Many books that attempt help to improve male social skills with women do not take shy people into account. This is unfortunate as someone who is painfully shy will have a hard time implementing the strategies of those books. This author takes a different approach that I think is refreshing. While I am not “painfully shy” anymore I read the book to get some general tips on how to more social.

A much needed resource on the subject

2 people found this helpful.
 on October 2, 2013
By Kevin Boothby
I just finished reading “From Shy to Social” and have not yet had time to try putting it all into practice, but I will nonetheless give it five stars, being the best resource I have come across thus far. The author clearly understands the challenges which shy (heterosexual) men face. Despite much progressive politics on gender equality over the past four or five decades, when it comes to dating not much has changed: men approach women, are expected to be bold and take risks, and carry it all off with a James Bond-like confidence and composure. The shy man lacks this confidence and it typically ruins his chances of ever forming romantic relationships.

You could find better material elsewhere

 on July 23, 2017
By Andrew Smith
I’m not unhappy with the book. But it clearly is a compilation of watered down pick up artists material and self help material.

Sad but true

 on January 20, 2016
By Brett Toombs
Shy men are ignored and scoffed at in society. Sad but true. So it is up to the shy men to either change or be left behind. Improvement comes from within. I believe that every man should strive to improve in all facets of life, not just with interactions with women. However, this book focused on social interaction with women and offered good advice for building social skills.

Useful resource, not just for dating, for dealing with social anxiety issues

2 people found this helpful.
 on January 17, 2013
By Henry A. Kim
While the book is couched in the form of a self-help book for dating–and indeed, much of the book is directed towards dating–I’d like to describe it as a good commonsense guideline for breaking out of the shell that many people who suffer from social anxiety issues are trapped in (and trap themselves in). Let’s face it: dating is just another form of social interaction, and the audience for the book are people who can’t venture into dating so easily because they have social issues in general. The book describes the issues in an honest and forthright manner and prescribes the potential solutions that are, while not exactly revolutionary, but practical and manageable. I will say “potential” solutions because, as the author points out, they are not magical and will take time to work, and there is no guarantee that everything will be turned upside down quickly. You might even realize that, in some form, you might actually have heard several of the suggestions included in the book in the past, albeit in a different form. What does make the book different is that it does so in a comprehensive, encouraging, and empathetic manner that brings you to that “aha!” moment, not in an incomplete, irresponsible, and even condescending fashion that you might have encountered them in the past.

Very precise

2 people found this helpful.
 on July 19, 2013
By HC
This book is really well written and the author seems a down to earth person

Very enjoyable book to read. If you read the …

 on May 15, 2016
By Jeremiah Hopkins
Very enjoyable book to read. If you read the book before doing the exercises it can seem a bit fast paced. One example of this is building a knowledge base and getting more social (obviously). All in all my time was well spent reading this book.

Painfully,yet therapeutically, honest.

2 people found this helpful.
 on October 21, 2013
By Kindle Customer
This book not only offers sound and timely advice, it also manages to explain and document the authors OWN experiences. This book is a must read for anyone looking to, thematically, improve on their social life, moved to a new city, or whatever unique situation that fits you.

A great book for some, good for others

5 people found this helpful.
 on January 17, 2013
By Frederick W. Goodrich
As a shy guy myself, I am so happy that a book like this is around to help guys like me prepare for meeting and attracting women. I appreciate how sympathetic and understanding Christopher Gray is about shyness compared to a lot of other books on this sensitive topic. He does offer some great advice. However, as I was reading through this book, I couldn’t help but think that a more accurate title would have been “From Shy to Social: The Upwardly Mobile, Urban Professional Shy Man’s Guide to Personal and Dating Success”. The book gives the clear impression that one must have a high-paying job, live in a (fairly) big city with enough money to be able to go to bars and night clubs and be able to afford a wide range of opportunities where shy guys would be able to come into contact with lots of women. While this may be true, the book seems to gloss over the fact that there are many men (shy and non-shy) have been significantly impacted by the post-2008 economic crunch in a negative way and as a result simply may not have the financial resources to be able to do some of the things he recommends, even though they want to. If you don’t live in a big city and can’t afford to live on your own; if you can’t really afford bars or night clubs; and if you’re just hanging on for dear life in this difficult economy, I don’t feel this book is quite as helpful. I realize that he’s trying to cover a wide amount of territory, but the book would be even more effective if he provided more acknowledgment of these realities . All that said, this is still an important book, one that should be on every shy man’s bookshelf.

Good read.

 on January 10, 2017
By TUK
Interesting read and will help you out deff if you are not looking for dating advice and just for overall improvement of commutation skills.