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How To Stop Comparing Yourself To Others (part 2)

Do you struggle with guilt about all of the things you didn’t accomplish.  Where does your sense of worth come from? Why does Utah have such a high depression rate?

Listen to tips to help you acknowledge your own unique strengths and accomplishments, let do of guilt, and stop comparing our weaknesses to others’ strengths. on B98.7 Todd & Erin morning show.

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Self & relationship expert Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW is wife of 22 years and mother of 4, a performing songwriter, a licensed psychotherapist, a popular media contributor, and director of Wasatch Family Therapy. Watch Julie on KSL TV’s Studio 5, listen on B98.7 radio, and read her national advice columns on Psych Central, and Latter-day Woman Magazine. Follow Julie on Facebook & Twitter.

How To Stop Comparing Yourself to Others (part 1)

Hearing glowing stories of near perfect mothers last Sunday can bring up your feelings of inadequacies as a wife and mother. I sat down with Todd & Erin on B98.7 Monday morning with tips on how to stop comparing ourselves to others and accept and acknowledge our own unique strengths as women

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Read my blog post “Confessions of a multitasking mama (part 2)”

Self & relationship expert Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW is wife of 22 years and mother of 4, a performing songwriter, a licensed psychotherapist, a popular media contributor, and director of Wasatch Family Therapy. Watch Julie on KSL TV’s Studio 5, listen on B98.7 radio, and read her national advice columns on Psych Central, and Latter-day Woman Magazine. Follow Julie on Facebook & Twitter.

7 Things Your BFF May Not Be Telling You: Quoted in Woman’s Day

Would you tell your best friend…

  • I don’t like your boyfriend
  • You never gave me a wedding gift
  • You never talk about serious stuff
  • Your husband hit on me
  • Your kids drive me crazy
  • You don’t take my advice
  • You don’t lean on me


  • I just chatted with Woman’s Day recently about if and how to address these touchy issues with your best friend:

    Read the entire article on WomansDay.com


    Self & relationship expert Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW is wife of 22 years and mother of 4, a performing songwriter, a licensed psychotherapist, a popular media contributor, and director of Wasatch Family Therapy. Watch Julie on KSL TV’s Studio 5, listen on B98.7 radio, and read her national advice columns on Psych Central, and Latter-day Woman Magazine. Follow Julie on Facebook & Twitter.