We don't talk about this a lot, but it's true: it can be more difficult making friends after 30.
A lot of it's in our head, but there's some actions you can take to make it easier too.
I'm sharing the secrets no one shares to making friends after 30. I was inspired to record this after hearing Nicole Walters share her thoughts on making friends.
My story is a bit different, so I wanted to share my point of view. I'm single, and I don't have kids, which automatically kicks me out of two big friend-making groups: couples who double date and mom play dates. I'm sharing my tips on creating new quality friendships.
Maybe you'll find that you have an amazing friend-in-the-making if you just do this one thing I'll tell you in the podcast. Once you know these secrets, it's really not that hard.
Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown – To become comfortable putting ourselves out there to create new and healthy friendships after 30, we must be comfortable with who we are and sharing it. Brene Brown is the queen of working through vulnerable emotions like belonging. This book is a must read to become more aware of where we're holding back and take action to make changes that serve us.