It seems that every time I have a major depressive episode my people skills get worse and worse and remain that way even after the depression passes- essentially they're being eroded over time. I'm looking at a careers at the moment but am aware people skills are essential for getting jobs and getting promotions. Do you have any hints on how to improve these skill and how to convince your colleages that; a) you are genuinely interested in them; b) you are not some sort of hermit or emotionally stunted c) you actually do have a sense of humour; d) you are not some sad, introverted simpleton (which seems to be the general consensus from people you don't know you very well). Also interested to hear from anyone else out there about social skills in general and how to regain them
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