• How to Be Alone

  • How to Be Yourself, Discover Loneliness, Manage Social Communication, Rise Above Social Anxiety, Survive Among the Mass, Quiet Your Inner Critic and Boost Your Courage to Stand Alone
  • By: Nadia White
  • Narrated by: ChasMandala
  • Length: 3 hrs and 31 mins
  • Categories: Health & Wellness, Psychology & Mental Health
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (179 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Be alone without feeling lonely and perfect your social skills! 

Do you constantly seek the companionship of others because you can’t stand being alone?

Are you afraid of solitude and loneliness? 

Do you prefer to communicate with people online, instead of face-to-face?

If you find yourself in any of these scenarios, keep listening and find out why being alone can be the best thing that ever happened to you! 

Being alone is often is not a matter of choice, but life circumstances. Man is a social animal, and feeling lonely and isolated can cause serious health issues, such as anxiety, depression and a weak immune system. Of course, some choose to isolate themselves, and the reasons are usually social anxiety and lack of confidence. 

But this audiobook will demonstrate to you that being alone can be an incredibly positive experience. If you follow these professional tips and strategies, not only will you not feel lonely anymore, but you’ll start craving some alone time! 

So here’s what you’ll learn with this audiobook: 

  • How to be alone without feeling lonely
  • Exercises for spending time alone and enjoy it!
  • Advice on how to go out to restaurant or movies alone and not feel bad about it
  • How to deal with loneliness, and overcome it
  • Techniques for improving your social skills
  • Tips on how to communicate more effectively
  • How to travel alone and have the time of your life! 
  • How to deal if a family member is experiencing loneliness
  • Teaching your children to cherish and enjoy their alone time
  • And much more!

Loneliness is truly a state of mind. The only thing stopping you from enjoying the time you spend with yourself is YOU. This book will show you that being alone can be a gift, and how to use that time constructively to perfect your social and mental skills. 

So scroll up, "Buy Now" and get your copy!

©2020 Nadia White (P)2020 Nadia White

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I'm a youthful undertaking director searching for devices to assist me with bettering see how to oversee individuals and business connections. This was an incredible book for this reason. A great deal of valuable notes/strategies originated from this read.

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Take this book

This was well written and very informative, The author make this book with great audio about many things which we are all aware of but may not know how to change.

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Get motivation!!

Really this is a very helpful book.Here is a lot of important information about the ability to manage emotions and emotions, negative thoughts, increase self awareness, self-acceptance, how to motivate yourself. After reading the book I came to know about it in full and I was greatly benefited to know.

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Very informative Book, This book was recommended to me by a fellow leadership coach and I have already incorporated much of into my own practice. Well organized . Highly recommend.

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Its really very good guide book

This book can help you control your feelings as well as appreciate them too on the grounds that you will be progressively positive in your life and your methodology will be totally different. I truly accept that it is a book that ought to be perused.

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ok if you need to fall asleep!

This was extremely boring and with no real advice! It is basically a "just do this", "go do this" list read to you in a monotone voice for 3+ hours. I regret wasting my free credit on this, but would have been angry if I actually bought this!

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Full of knowledge

The benefits of emotional intelligence.The importance of empathy .Emotional intelligence and emotional leadership .Emotional intelligence at work and many other useful knowledge.

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Emotional Intelligence for Leadership is well organized and useful book having a detailed knowledge about Components of emotional intelligence.Buy this

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A very useful book! - although the title is somewhat misleading. It's an incredible book for Emotional Intelligence. This book incorporates astounding directions that help to improve my Social Skills. Thanks Author

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I am clearly confident that anyone looking to learn more about EI or who want to become the best that they can be in life and with success; listen this book.

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  • William Bell
  • 03-19-20

How To Be Alone

A lot of reviews I saw include complaints that the book isn't some kind of survival guide on how to be alone, but I disagree. It's not a step-by-step manual, but it is one person's very real experience with loneliness and heartache.

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  • Max Clements
  • 03-19-20

Bittersweet


This book made me really re-think so much about the narratives we're all told from a young age and how those impact us in sometimes really unexpected ways.

author had a rough childhood/adolescence/early adulthood - but I think the beauty of this book is that even for those people who have had fairly pleasant upbringings, it hits some really powerful chords. I was worried that it might not resonate with me, but I was shocked by just how universal some of her takeaways really are.

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  • Daisy Harris
  • 03-19-20

A beautiful, heartening listen

This little beauty came into my life at just the right time. It’s a frank meditation on what happens to us when the people that are supposed to love us most leave us with trauma instead. It’s refreshing to see someone talk so candidly about how hard healing can be— to reckon with the losses we continue to carry, to try and make sense of what the harm has cost us

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  • Summer Elliott
  • 03-19-20

Don’t wait to read this book...

This review is hard to write because I am still processing so much of whatauthor shares in “How to Be Alone.” On the surface, Moore’s book is a breeze to listen thanks to her effervescent, whirlwind writing style, but make no mistake, her essays are HEAVY.

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  • Dylan Morrison
  • 03-19-20

A vulnerable and real voyage to self love

For anyone who felt alone growing up and then tried to bandage that alone feeling with whatever they could find as they grew you will find solace in this book knowing you are not alone. That’s what I took away from it. To read about a person who experienced the complexity of life alone as i did and as so many do was refreshing and made me feel less alone. I was particularly touched by the holiday chapter because those couple months from Halloween to Valentine’s Day are a beast for me. I have kids and I do holidays with my kids and people don’t understand how I still feel alone on holidays but i do. It’s an old pain and one that gets better each year with more and more self love.

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  • James Leonard
  • 03-19-20

Even if you don't think you need it, you do.

I bought this book because of her interview on the Hannahlyze This podcast and I am so grateful I did. I grew up in a big household with divorced parents so needing emotional and physical attention has always been something I was afraid to voice. I also knew that I enjoy my alone time and maybe, to some, I have too much of it but as she said, I'd rather be alone making myself happy than out feeling like I do not belong. Not to mention, she has so many amazing chapters about romantic relationships and how it is time we stop settling for people who drain us and start asking for what we want. She reassures, she rants, she spills, she makes sure she is heard and also that you are heard. I think everyone can get something from this book so if you're wondering if you should buy it, just do it. You'll feel less alone by the first page.

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  • Madeleine Daly
  • 03-19-20

raw, emotional, brave.

It takes a tremendous amount of courage to tell your story- especially when it involves trauma; even more so when you have PTSD. This book is remarkably open and brave. As painful and emotional as it can be to relate deeply , it's also comforting to know that you're not alone in your experiences... yeah, I cried. a lot... but I also laughed, smiled, and felt understood throughout the book. Lane has accomplished & overcome so much already and has immense talent. I'm grateful she shared her story and can't wait to see what she does next!

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  • Keira Greenwood
  • 03-19-20

Inspirational memoir by a multi-talented artist

This might be the most candid and relatable memoir I’ve ever listen . author is a very impressive, multi-talented human being and it’s inspiring to see how much she’s overcome to get where she is.

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  • Samuel Douglas
  • 03-19-20

Not what I expected!

I thought this was a book about "how to be alone". I'm a loner, myself, and I sometimes find it hard to accept the fact that I truly just like to be alone. I thought this book would give me tips on acceptance. Instead, this book is a memoir. I was disappointed at first, but then as I kept listening, I could relate to so many things that the author said. Before I knew it, I was busting out laughing--she is HILARIOUS!! So many creative one-liners and descriptions of situations and circumstances. I absolutely love her and can't wait to listen more. If I am in NYC anytime soon, I'll be sure to catch her show. I'm keeping this book and plan to listen it again, which is rare for this bookworm.

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  • Emily Bryant
  • 03-19-20

A book to make you feel seen

As someone who always feels like an outcast with dating, hearing my personal thoughts on the page, put more eloquently and with more humor than I can muster was a joy. A truly enlightening, laugh out loud listen that I cannot recommend more highly!