Did you know making and maintaining meaningful connections help you live longer? In these days of social connection and loneliness at an all-time high, we are going to share how to make meaningful connections and “find your tribe”.
When you were a kid, it seemed like you could walk up to just about anybody and be best friends the next minute. But somewhere along the long, winding road to adulthood, making new friends became an impossibly hard thing to do. “Sociologists have kind of identified the ingredients that need to be in place for us to make friends organically, and they are continuous unplanned interaction and shared vulnerability,” says psychologist and University of Maryland professor Marisa G. Franco, who is writing a book on making friends as an adult. “But as we become adults, we have less and less environments where those ingredients are at play.”
Whether you are a Nashville native, just moved here or anything in between, this will be a great time to make new or develop existing relationships with Cable members.
During this moderated panel, attendees will get an introduction to women’s organizations based in Nashville that focus on connecting like-minded women from all walks of life.
Register today to be a part of the conversation.