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A year of pandemic living put friendships to the test. But finding and making friends as an adult was already hard enough — especially in a transient region like Tampa Bay. For example, meet Grethel Hodovanec.
Color of my iris: I’ve got large gray-blue eyes
Figure features: I'm skinny
What I like to drink: Ale
My hobbies: Travelling
Reconsider people who are already in your life
Podcast: Play in new window Download Duration: — Subscribe: RSS. In this first episode of Season 3, I have the pleasure of speaking with Danielle Bayard Jackson, publicist and friendship coach. She is also the founder of Friend Forward, a membership for women aimed at creating better female friendships.
Maintaining my friendships has always been a struggle for me, particularly since becoming a mom, and I find I often overthink everything to do with these relationships.
And after speaking to a lot of other moms, I found this was super common! This was a huge one for me personally, I find that I tend to push, not only self-care, but time with my friends aside in favour of getting more checkmarks on my to-do list.
Let's solve short naps!
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If you are looking to a community of parents that are going through the same journey as you, as far as feeding goes anyway, make sure you take advantage of the Little Eaters Club! Danielle Bayard Jackson is a certified friendship coach and national speaker dedicated to teaching women how to create and maintain meaningful female friendships.
A former high school teacher, Danielle founded Friend Forwardand now uses her skills as an educator to coach women through ways to navigate common friendship conflicts.
Danielle is a member of the American Sociological Association, and she studies the latest research in the areas of social science to create practical ways for women to better understand each other when operating in positions of leadership, friendship, and mentorship. Welcome Danielle! How to make time for friends as a mom Changes in friendships after entering motherhood Registered pediatric dietitian, mom of two and lover of all things related to baby and toddler feeding!
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