Episode 36: What Your Single Friends Wish You Knew

The Jess Connolly Podcast

22-04-2024 • 1 hora

This isn’t my podcast, it’s OUR podcast. So today we're hitting one of our most requested episode topics: singleness and marriage! Since Jess has been married for nearly 20 years, we brought in our friend and team member, Liz Cox, to share her experience as a single gal.

You’ll hear Jess and Liz share their life experiences and how they’ve learned to understand each other better, learn from one another, and be on one another’s team despite being in different seasons of life. They’re answering the question, “What do you wish your married friends/single friends knew?” and their answers might surprise you. If you’re single, this episode is for you. If you’re married, this episode is for you.

We encourage you to send this episode to a friend because we know there are amazing takeaways that could spark helpful conversations between you and your friends!

Let’s go!

Liz loves y’all so much and wants you to know her DMs + inbox are always open if you ever want to connect: IG: @_elizabethcox // Email: liz@goandtellgals.com

Also, we briefly mention our dear friend Annie F. Downs’ amazing podcast episode about friendship and dating, which Jess was on, as well as her Patreon community for singles, The Single Purpose League. We wanted to be sure to link those resources for you all if you’re interested in listening to more thoughtful conversations on this topic.

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