Join the convo on Tuesday, Nov 2nd @12pm CT
The dynamics of making and sustaining friendships in motherhood looks different than it did when we were growing up. But no one has actually ever told us the new rules ...until now!
Join the convo on wednesday, Nov 3rd @7pm CT
Join the convo on saturday, Nov 6th @11am CT
name these new rules so we stop second-guessing ourselves!
A big part of that is because the rules have changed! We don't make and keep friends in the same ways any more.
And in some ways – that’s a good thing. (I’m looking at you middle school)
But figuring out the “new rules” can still feel really hard. So, let's talk about it! Join me for a guided discussion where we'll...
Making friends in adulthood
(let alone motherhood)
can feel hard.
You're not crazy...
process what feels hard about them together in a safe space
join the convo on tuesday, november 2nd at 12pm
Share ideas for making these rules easier to "practice" IRL
Because There's power when we name things. And the dynamics of friendship is no exception.
join the convo on wednesday, november 3rd at 7pm
join the convo on saturday, november 6th at 11am
It's time we talk about the unspoken-rules of friendship in motherhood so we can stop the second-guessing and mindgames.
Yes! The workshop is free because at the end I want to tell you about my new program where we can keep conversations like these going as you can continue to gain momentum and confidence in navigating friendship as a busy mom.
anything else I should know?
We're busy moms so my goal is to keep it to an hour - giving us enough time to process each "rule" before the next work email or kiddo needs attention!
How Long will the workshop be?
You'll get a link to a private zoom room after you sign up!
where do i show up!?
Having moved multiple times, I know the struggle is real when it comes to finding a circle of genuine, authentic friends. But, I also know it’s not impossible. And the process doesn’t have to be so daunting - it can actually be fun!
As a coach and mentor of busy moms craving deep and meaningful friendships, I have the privilege of having a front row seat as they go from reluctant to confident. Experiencing success as they make new connections, and deepen existing ones, in a way that’s much simpler than they ever expected.