Dinner Event with Liz Pryor
You’re invited to our dinner event on May 4th in Los Angeles with Family Circle Columnist and Author Liz Pryor. Join us for a delicious dinner and compelling conversation about female friends.
Female Friendships: What Works & What Doesn’t
Every woman has experienced a failed friendship, but when it happens we rarely talk about it. Why? For one thing, we have nowhere to turn. The one person we confide in during times of duress is the very person who has left our side.
It’s time for a discussion & dinner experience about women’s friendships...the ones that last, the ones that are toxic, what it feels like to be dumped by a female friend and what if you need to cut off a girlfriend??
Please join Family Circle Columnist and Author Liz Pryor for this compelling conversation about female friends.
There are 161 million women in America today, and our friendships are still as primary and universal as back when Ruth and Naomi, Elizabeth and Susan B., and Thelma and Louise made history. When a romantic relationship breaks up, no problem—there’s an Adele song for that. Health concerns; problems in school; issues at the workplace? We’ve got our chums to prop us up. Until we don’t. When our most sustaining relationships dissolve—those with the women friends in our lives—there’s never been the fanfare that accompanies the loss of other relationships society deems “more important.”
Grab a girlfriend and come to discuss the following:
How to know when a friendship is truly over
How to Dump A Girlfriend with kindness and integrity
How to be a good girlfriend and maintain great friendships with women
Author, speaker, relationship and life advice expert Liz Pryor tells inspiring life stories on and off the page. Her first book of advice about female friendship, What Did I Do Wrong? (Simon&Schuster, 2011) was a finalist for a Books for a Better Life Award. A year later, Pryor was among 15,000 applicants vying for a position as life advice expert on ABC’s Good Morning America. After a six-month search, Pryor landed the job and spent two years on air for Good Morning America. In 2017, Pryor released her provocative, moving memoir, Look at You Now- published by (Random House) which promptly became a Chicago Tribune bestseller. The book has been optioned to become a feature film or limited TV series. In 2017 Pryor tackled her first TEDtalk on the subject of Judgment entitled “Alone on the Inside.” In 2018 Pryor’s straight talking advice began appearing in column form monthly for national magazine Family Circle. Born and raised in a suburb of Chicago, Pryor is now divorced, living in Los Angeles, a single mom to her three kids.
Watch Liz' Ted Talk
"Alone on the Inside"
Itinerary, May 4, 2019
6:00 - 6:30 pm
Arrival and Book Signing
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Delicious Organic Dinner
7:30 - 8:30 pm
Interactive Presentation and Q & A
$100 per person. Space limited to 25 women. Reserve now!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservation!
This event is being held at a private home in Los Angeles.