E42: Success Squad

Check out the new episode of Best Forevers focusing on BACK TO SCHOOL, and how to make connections as you start college. 

 Get your pencils, calculators, textbooks, and…friends? Yes, it’s back to school time and, for many young people, they’ll be heading to college as first year students, returning students, or transfer students. However, loneliness and concern about making friends is a critical issue so Alysa chats with Ellen Wehrman, the Assistant Director of Central Michigan University’s Sarah R. Opperman Leadership Institute, about the considerations young people should make as they set foot on campus and make new connections. Not only will this episode help students start their new life transition, but it’s directly applicable to ANYONE who experiences life transitions from moving, new jobs, and being part of a retirement community. So, have a listen, take some notes, and put yourself out there to find your success squad!   Share Your Friendship Stories with Alysa!    Visit the podcast web page for topics =  www.bestforeverspod.com/surveys    Email Alysa = bestforeverspod@gmail.com   Follow Best Forevers Pod!    Facebook =  https://www.facebook.com/groups/bestforeverspod/    Instagram =  https://www.instagram.com/bestforeverspod/    Twitter =  https://twitter.com/BestForeversPod    Support Best Forevers Pod!     Patreon =  www.patreon.com/bestforeverspod    Merchandise =  https://bestforeverspod.threadless.com    Art Work by Kate Cosgrove =  http://k8cosgrove.blogspot.com     Theme Music by Trevor Wilson      Psychology Today Article  =  https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/social-lights/201709/the-lonely-college-student    Promo from this Episode!    6 Degrees of Wiki  =  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/6-degrees-of-wiki/id1287266573?mt=2

Get your pencils, calculators, textbooks, and…friends? Yes, it’s back to school time and, for many young people, they’ll be heading to college as first year students, returning students, or transfer students. However, loneliness and concern about making friends is a critical issue so Alysa chats with Ellen Wehrman, the Assistant Director of Central Michigan University’s Sarah R. Opperman Leadership Institute, about the considerations young people should make as they set foot on campus and make new connections. Not only will this episode help students start their new life transition, but it’s directly applicable to ANYONE who experiences life transitions from moving, new jobs, and being part of a retirement community. So, have a listen, take some notes, and put yourself out there to find your success squad!

Share Your Friendship Stories with Alysa!

Visit the podcast web page for topicswww.bestforeverspod.com/surveys

Email Alysa= bestforeverspod@gmail.com

Follow Best Forevers Pod!

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/bestforeverspod/

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/bestforeverspod/

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/BestForeversPod

Support Best Forevers Pod! 

Patreonwww.patreon.com/bestforeverspod

Merchandisehttps://bestforeverspod.threadless.com

Art Work by Kate Cosgrovehttp://k8cosgrove.blogspot.com 

Theme Music by Trevor Wilson  

Psychology Today Article=https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/social-lights/201709/the-lonely-college-student

Promo from this Episode!

6 Degrees of Wiki=https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/6-degrees-of-wiki/id1287266573?mt=2