The Myth of the BFF | When friendship dies | How to mourn a friendship | How to move on
Susan and Nicole dive into a side of the friendship conversation that isn't often discussed.
Dr. Natalie Kon-yu, Dr. Natalie Kon-yu Lecturer in Creative Writing, Literary and Gender Studies College of the Arts, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. She is one of the editors of 'Just between Us: Australian Writers Tell the Truth about Female Friendship'. She is currently co-editing another anthology with Pan Macmillan which features some of Australia's high profile female writers. Additionally, we will hear Jennifer Burrows spends her life helping people develop skills that help them professionally and personally. Perhaps her own journey has helped her develop this much needed skill set. Jennifer will share her painful story about how she lost all of her friends through one extraordinary rumour. A rumour that you won't believe and how one persons life can change so drastically. She lost her friends, moved countries but says it's the BEST thing that has ever happened to her. Rik Schnabel will be joining us has climbed the ladder of success and has quickly realised that being at the top can be very lonely. He's going to share - from the male perspective what friendship looks like as a man in the corporate world. Success has truly changed the landscape of his friendships in a challenging way. Additionally, Kate Elliot, founder of kateandkim.com, has travelled the globe, lived in countries overseas and shares from a deep well of personal loneliness and the desire to build friendships. She will tell us about her fast growing friendship site and why the need for connectivity and friendship is so great.
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