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Loneliness is a systemic issue, and a huge problem in the United States (and probably around the world). It's hard making friends as an adult, and lots of folks are unsatisfied with their adult friendships. So what are we to do?

Jillian Richardson is the creator of The Joy List NYC and the author of Unlonely Planet: How Healthy Congregations Can Change The World and today we're talking about how to make friends as an adult living in a society that it isn't set up for connection and community. 

What you'll learn (or why you should care):

• How connection is the best way to heal trauma

• Skills required to crate connection and make new friends

• The importance of creating the spaces you want to see in the world

Where to find Jillian Richardson:

Website https://www.thatjillian.com/

Subscribe to The Joy List https://joylist.nyc/

The Book Unlonely Planet: How Healthy Congregations Can Change The World

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joylistnyc

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thatjillian/

Resources and Links

Adult Children of Alcoholics https://adultchildren.org/

Woman Within https://womanwithin.org/

The Drama of The Gifted Child by Alice Miller https://amzn.to/2K2Paru

Take the ACE (Average Childhood Experiences) and Resilience Test https://acestoohigh.com/got-your-ace-score/

Medi Club http://www.thebigquiet.com/medi-club

ISTA https://www.schooloftemplearts.org/

Santropol Roulant https://santropolroulant.org/en/

Friendtimacy by Shasta Nelson https://amzn.to/2YubgLr

Learn more about The Love Drive

Website https://thelovedrive.com/

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive

Become a Contributing Lovebird

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