| Oct 2018

How to not be a jerk to your single friends

Holderness Family

Cue “All the Single Ladies,” because we’re talking friend etiquette between married and single pals. We’re married (obvi) and sometimes wonder if our single friends want to be invited to the kid’s birthday parties or have us set them up on a blind date. So, we invited our good (and single) pal on the podcast this week to have an honest conversation between buddies.

Here are a few burning questions we asked:

  • Do your flying-solo pals want their married friends all up in their dating life?
  • Should you invite your single friends to family-focused gatherings?
  • What are the most common challenges between married and single friends?

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