podcast midlife women

Ep #15: When You Need More Women in Your Life

Are you having as much fun creating amazing memories with your friends as you could be?

My guess is that you’re not.

Many of my women-in-the-middle clients have expressed that they don’t have the female friendships that they always hoped to have at this age and stage… and they’re not quite sure how that happened.

In this episode, we take a deep dive into the topics of the importance of having girlfriends in midlife, nurturing your relationships with them, and what to do if you need more women in your life.

I talk about my experience going to New York City to visit my hand-made work at the exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art and how that once-in-a-lifetime experience was enriched by bringing my two best girlfriends along. I also share my tips for creating amazing memories with midlife friends and how to meet new girlfriends if you’re lacking in that department.

Do you know a woman who has faced their fears and shaken things up in midlife by making a huge change (or are you that woman) and might like to talk about it? Please send me an email at suzy@womeninthemiddlepodcast.com to get a chance to tell your story on an upcoming podcast episode!

What You’ll Learn from this Episode:

  • How your thoughts about taking time out for adventures with your friends may not be serving you.
  • The importance of midlife friend-group traditions.
  • The challenges that come with midlife friend-related traditions.
  • Why you need to replace your “I’m too busy” thought with a better one.
  • How to live your friendships intentionally.

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Suzy Rosenstein

Suzy Rosenstein has been honing her laser sharp questioning and listening skills professionally for over 25 years. She coaches working women get out of their midlife funk so that they can be happier and regret-proof their lives! Enter your email today on her website for some quick tips and weekly insights about aging with mindfulness and humor: www.suzyrosenstein.com/midlifefunk