THE FIVE TYPES OF FRIENDS

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Learn the five different types of friends (and the healthy expectations and normal ebbs-and-flows of those friendships) from the woman committed to helping match women up to new friends and develop them into meaningful friendships.


In this 1-hr audio class you will learn:

  • To better understand loneliness without the stigma
  • The impact of loneliness on our health
  • Five types of friendships we all need
  • Why it’s not enough to have good friends who we only talk to occasionally
  • Which friendships you currently have and which ones you might need
  • The four most common areas of loneliness we each might be facing
  • What we need to know about friends from work, mom’s groups, or church
  • How to know where to look for a BFF
  • What can breaking up look like based on the 5 Circles of Connectedness
  • The two most important actions we can take in a friendship


This Free Gift Includes

  • 1 hour audio mp3

  • pdf worksheet

  • $25 discount code to an optional 12-class curriculum: The Friendships You’ve Always Wanted: Learning a Better Way to Meet-Up, Build-Up, and Break-Up with Your Friends

  • Subscription to Shasta’s weekly Friendship Blog, filled with tips and advice.

 

*This gift, including the class and the discount, is valued at $54.95

 


Taught by Shasta Nelson

Shasta Nelson, M.Div., is the Founder of GirlFriendCircles.com, a women’s friendship matching site in 65 cities across the U.S. and Canada. Her spirited and soulful voice for strong female relationships can be found in her books Frientimacy: How to Deepen Friendships for Lifelong Health and Happiness and Friendships Don’t Just Happen! The Guide to Creating a Meaningful Circle of GirlFriendsShe also writes at ShastasFriendshipBlog.com and in the Huffington Post, speaks across the country, and is a friendship expert in the media appearing on such shows as Katie Couric and the Today Show.