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#11 Making friends in Midlife

After a recent trip to Sedona with some of my coaching besties, I was called to do an episode about making friends in midlife.

I used to have a story that it wasn't easy to make friends as an adult woman, and believed I was different from the other moms in my vicinity because I had a full-time job and many of the other moms were stay at home moms.

I thought I might be "too much" if I was truly myself with the people I was meeting.

The step to overcoming the story, and becoming my favorite version of me, meant being in all of my divinity, and all of my humanity, and loving all the light parts and the dark parts.

"When you enjoy who you are and love every one of your bits, it gives off a vibe of self-confidence that's attractive. Not surprisingly, you start to attract people who are like-minded and who have done or are doing the work on themselves to like themselves as well, and that makes it very easy to make friends with similar values."

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What You'll Learn:

  • Why looking for ways to celebrate others shines a light on our own divine humanity

  • How we can still love and accept without making the other person wrong

  • Why a rising tide always lifts all boats when we celebrate our friends' success

  • When we witness the dark and the light, that's when we enjoy the best version of ourself

"We are each other's biggest fans. We all believe that a rising tide lifts all boats, and we genuinely want to see our friends succeed."

If you need help navigating friendships, I'm the coach for you. I truly believe that relationships are the most important part of my life, and I have done a lot of work to align my time with the value I place on relationships.

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