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S3 Ep10: Making Friends with Anger - Wrap Up

Today my friend Emily joins me to wrap up this season of Personal Growth Sucks. She talks about the practical ways these concepts have helped her in her personal and professional life. Anger can be a superpower when we allow ourselves to be curious about the messages it’s trying to give us.

I can’t believe we’re at the end of three seasons of the podcast! I’m going to take a bit of a break before jumping into season 4, which I’m planning to launch on March 1 with the topic of Friendship. I’m in the process of mapping out the content for the season and I’m really excited about it. It’s funny because friendship seems like something you should have all worked out as an adult. Being an adult who has difficulty making friends can make you feel like an imposter - isn’t this one of those things I should have learned in kindergarten??

The truth is, relationships are messy and complex. And there are many reasons why it’s difficult to find deep relationships where you can know and be known in a meaningful way. And it’s true that we are neurologically wired to NEED relationships - isolation isn’t good for us. So it can feel like a double-bind, a no-win situation, if you feel isolated and understand your need for meaningful relationships and also it feels impossible to figure out how to get there. 

So I hope you’ll join me starting on March 1 for season 4, where I’ll have ten episodes that cover a wide range of topics about friendship, including how to make friends, how to be a good friend, how to navigate conflict in friendship, and more.

On this episode Emily mentions how helpful it was for her to have some coaching sessions with me to help her work through a particular professional situation where she felt stuck. If you're wondering if coaching would be helpful for you, I invite you to contact me for a free coaching session, no strings attached. Just go to the link below to see my calendar and schedule an appointment.

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