Raise your hand if this sounds familiar…🙋♀️
In college, friendships seemed to come pretty easy. You hung out in each other’s dorm rooms, went to classes together, shared meals, and pretty much got to live life with each other.
But now, as you get older, it feels like friendships and community are becoming more difficult. You’re busy working or running after the kids, people are moving to different places, and you find you and your friends are often in different seasons.
So what’s a girl to do?
Today’s Podcast Guest
Alyssa Bethke and her husband, Jeff Bethke, are bloggers, YouTubers, podcast hosts, and New York Times bestselling authors. (You may have heard of some of their books like Jesus > Religion and Love That Lasts.)
They are passionate about encouraging and strengthening families, and bringing families together as a team.
And Alyssa’s latest book, Satisfied: Finding Hope, Joy, and Contentment Right Where You Are, shows you how you are enough even in the midst of fear, worry, dissatisfaction, anxiety and body image issues.
Trust me when I say that Alyssa is the perfect person to talk on the podcast about building community. This lady has such an intentional heart when it comes to relationships – and she’s got some really great tips to share with you!.
Learn How to Build Friendships as an Adult
If you’re looking to be more intentional about building community and friendships as an adult, then this episode is for you!
Pull up a chair, get your comfy clothes on, and tune in to this episode to learn:
- How to build friendships as an adult
- Tips to start conversations as an introvert
- How to pursue friendships in the midst of busy seasons and motherhood
- The benefit of having friends of different ages
- How social media and comparison affect friendships
To learn more from Alyssa Bethke, visit her at jeffandalyssa.com.
And don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments: what was your biggest takeaway from this episode?