Making Friends As An Adult

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Making friends as an adult can be challenging. Not just situational friends – other parents at the preschool drop off friends, but real, actual friends.

There’s a reason for that.

Sociologists have long noted that
3 conditions are integral for developing friendships.

Those 3 conditions are easily met when we are young or in college, but become more difficult as we are older. Life pulls us in different directions. 

In this episode, I talk about my own struggle making friends when I moved to Hawaii with my husband 14 years ago and 4 strategies to develop close relationships even in adulthood.

She also shares her personal struggles when she moved from Boston to Hawaii 14 years ago and 4 tips for finding and maintaining friendships.

  1. Staying Open to Being Connected
  2. Learning to Prioritize the Friendship
  3. Sharing Without Reservation
  4. Not Discounting Virtual Friends

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I'm Rupa Wong.

Hi! I'm Dr. Rupa Wong. Physician. Private Practice Owner. Mama to 3 kids. Managing Partner. Educator. Textbook Author. Conference Co-Founder. Mentor. I am more than just one thing, even as a doctor and I bet you are too. I would love to help you envision the life you want, and then get after it. What are you waiting for?

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