As our listener Natasha pointed out, making friends in our 20s and 30s can be tough. It seems like everyone is in different life stages, and too engaged in work or family to be readily available. Our panel knows exactly how you feel: Jake once got turned down by a mentor, Kathryn threw a lame party, and Matt moved across the country away from all his friends. So what’s the key to moving past failure and making good friends? We share what’s worked for us.
Guests: Ben Stuart,
His love life was a source of comedy for his friends, but Ben Stuart emerged from dating disasters wiser, and eventually did get married. Ben joined us last week to talk about singleness; this week he shares more wisdom from his book “Single, Dating, Engaged, Married” about how to date smarter by examining your dating perspective.
A listener dreams of traveling the world, but she’s single and doesn’t have much money. How can she have safe, low-cost adventures? Lisa Anderson has years of experience traveling as a single, and shares her best tips and tricks.