Here to Make Friends

Here to Make Friends

By Hope Kelaher

Skip the small talk and learn how to build a supportive community, engage with new people, and cultivate authentic, long-lasting friendships at every stage of life.

 

It sometimes seems like everyone has a big, happy, fulfilling social life, full of lifelong friendships…except you. As we grow older and school friendships fade, it can be difficult to meet new people and cultivate meaningful friendships. How do you strike up a conversation with a stranger? How do you move from mutual acquaintances to real friends?

 

Here to Make Friends has the answers to all of these questions and more. Written by a licensed therapist, this book is packed full of helpful advice and tips to overcome social anxiety and start building a stronger social circle, such as:

 

  • Tips for moving past small talk
  • Advice for getting out of your own head
  • Suggestions for fun and memorable “friend dates”
  • Strategies for connecting meaningfully with other people

 

Everyone wants to feel connected. Here to Make Friends is the perfect companion for moving past the sometimes-lonely post-school stage and into lasting, fulfilling friendships.

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Hope Kelaher

Hope Kelaher is a therapist based in New York City. She has extensive training in relational and systemic therapy and received post-graduate training from The Ackerman Institute for the Family. Hope has a degree in public health from The Johns Hopkins University and a clinical social work degree from Columbia University. Her passion is to help those struggling with anxiety and depression find healing connections among family and friends. Hope currently lives in Manhattan, where she is always working to make new friendships and strengthen her existing ones. In her spare time, Hope enjoys long walks with her dog, Luna, training for half-marathons, fishing, rowing, and cooking.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: January 2020

ISBN-10: 164604004X
ISBN-13: 9781646040049

Paperback
5" x 7"
208 pages

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