Do you desire to build friendships, but you are not sure where to begin? Well if you are a bookworm like me, then the perfect place to start is with books. This article shares a list of books that will help you build a strong community of friends. Of course for this to work you have to put what you learn into action, but these books are inspiring and encouraging so it shouldn’t be too hard to get motivated to take action in making friendships that last a lifetime.
Books That Will Help You Build A Strong Community Of Friends
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A Book That Will Help You Start Conversations With Potential New Friends
A few of the catch phrases the author uses in How to Talk to Anyone are outdated, but overall this book shares excellent ways to both begin a conversation with others as well as how to keep one going.
Books That Will Help You Learn What True Friendship Looks Like
The Friendships of Women helps women see friendship from all the differing views of womanhood. If you are a woman struggling with taking friendships deep, this book is for you.
Friendship: A Gift to Give offers an in-depth look at the examples the Bible gives of friendships both right and wrong. The book also ends with a 30-day challenge to becoming a better friend.
Nobody’s Cuter Than You contains real-life stories about friendships and their importance in our lives. This book will make you both laugh and cry.
Books That Will Help You Open Your Home To Friends New And Old
This book will leave you itching to invite friends new and old over for dinner. The author of Bread And Wine will encourage you to start where you are–no matter how simple that means your gathering will be–and grow from there.
If you feel like your home simply isn’t nice enough for hosting gatherings, The Nesting Place will rid you of those feelings. The author will show you how to use what you have to create a welcoming environment.
This book will help you learn the difference between hospitality and entertaining. The Turquoise Table will show you ways to make your neighbors your friends without even having to invite them in–although if you follow the instructions in this book, you are going to want to.
On My Reading List: Just Open The Door: How An Invitation Can Change A Generation
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- 5 Tips For Cultivating Meaningful Friendships In A Busy World
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