Women & Friendship with Sybil Amuti & Brandice Daniel - S1 E02

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Friendships (and social relationships in general) are important to self-care, and research shows that quality friendships have a number of physical, emotional and health benefits.

In this episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson sits down with Sybil Amuti and Brandice Daniel, New York super moms, entrepreneurs and co-hosts of the personal and professional development podcast, The Great Girlfriends, to discuss the topic of Women & Friendship.

Sybil, Brandice and Alex discuss:

  • How Sybil and Brandice became "great girlfriends"
  • Sybil and Brandice's self-care routines
  • How their girlfriends have been instrumental in helping them to practice self-care
  • The key things that prevent women from being able to build deep friendships
  • The myth of it being hard to make friends over 30
  • How social media can be used as a tool for building friendships

This episode is a part of Season 1 -- the "Women+" series -- of SheTime.

ITEMS REFERENCED DURING THIS EPISODE

To review the articles covered during The SheFirst Project's Articles Club discussion of the topic Why Is It Hard to Make Friends Over 30?, click here.

For more information about Sybil and Brandice, and The Great Girlfriends podcast, visit:

For more information about The Great Girlfriends Conference (June 21-22, 2018 in New York City), visit TheGreatGirlfriendsConference.com


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