Session 2: “Why Can’t We Be friends?
Despite the great value of friendships, they can be dangerous, because our friends have so much influence over us-for bad as well as for good. That’s why we need guardrails in our friendships to help us recognize when their influence is not as healthy as it should be.
Guardrails are everywhere, but they don't really get much attention . . . until somebody hits one. And then, more often than not, it is a lifesaver.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have guardrails in other areas of your life—areas where culture baits you to the edge of disaster and then chastises you when you step across the line?
Your friendships. Your finances. Maybe your greatest regret could have been avoided if you had established guardrails.
Join us as we discuss a plan to stop flirting with disaster and establish some personal guardrails.
We'll meet in Room 218 in the Trabant Center. See you there!