Co-Author of “Friendshipping” Trin Garritano

Welcome Trin Garritano

We’re joined on the Starline by a game developer, writer of tabletop games and one half of the Friendshipping Podcast. Her book “Friendshipping: the Art of Finding Friends, Being Friends, and Keeping Friends” is out. We welcome Trin Garritano.

Let’s go Beyond the Mic. Why is finding friendship so hard today?

With the pandemic has people changed the way they handle friendships?

What’s the biggest friend mistake you ever made which found its way into your book?

How is creating healthy boundaries important for successful friendships?

In  the beginning of friendships when you are younger you have weddings and graduations to attend. As you get older family obligations from your own inner circle limit the amount of time you have available for friends. How does excelling at time management help you be a good friend?

What’s the one lessons friends have to remember?

As you wrote this book with your friend Jenn, even though you were doing the podcast, how has your friendship changed because of writing this book?

Which friendship of yours has lasted the longest?

The Rockin’ 8:

Time is running out, so it’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind.

There is no Pressure.

1. You’ve worked for Cards Against Humanity, favorite pack you helped create?

2. Movie you won’t stop watching even if you come to it in the middle?

3. Favorite album?

4. Snack that you can’t get enough of?

5. One thing you changed about you during pandemic quarantine?

6. Board game that you don’t play enough?

7. Favorite color?

8. What’s your next project?

The Wrap:

Her favorite movie is Empire Records, loves snacking on popcorn and is co-author of “Friendshipping”. Our thanks to Trin Garritano for joining us today.

And you are always welcome to come back. That my friends is a Beyond the Mic short cut!

Get Trin Garritano’s book today!

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