Share your stuff. I'll go first. : 10 questions to take your friendships to the next level / Laura Tremaine.
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- Physical Description: xxii, 191 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan Books, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Who are you? -- 10 weird things I've done -- Who was there? -- 10 things I've learned from my big sisters -- What are you afraid of? -- 10 symptoms of anxiety (and 10 ways I treat mine) -- What were your pivotal decisions? -- 10 pieces of unsolicited advice -- Who taught you how to be? -- 10 notable fashion choices -- When did you belong? -- 10 ways to journal -- When did it change? -- 10 books that shaped my world view -- What broke you? -- 10 letters I never sent -- Where are your magical moments? -- 10 questions to ask yourself at the end of anything -- What do you believe? -- Conclusion: go first.
"Here’s the invitation you've been waiting for to show up with your whole self and discover the intimate, meaningful friendships you long for. Openness and vulnerability are the foundation for human growth and healthy friendships, and it all starts when we share our stuff, the nitty-gritty daily details about ourselves with others. Laura Tremaine has led the way in her personal life with her popular blog and podcast, and now with lighthearted self-awareness, a sensitivity to the important things in life, and compelling storytelling, Laura gives you the tools to build and deepen the conversations happening in your life. Each chapter offers intriguing and reflective questions that will reveal unique details and stories you've never thought to tell and will guide you into cultivating the authentic friendships with others that only comes from sharing yourself." --publisher's website.
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