It’s no secret that this time of year can leave us feeling overwhelmed. From buying gifts to decorating the home and making cookies, we often feel burdened by extra responsibilities. Here are 5 ways to manage holiday stress:
I was thrilled to speak with Rosemary Card about motherhood, marriage, and cultural expectations of women within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Going off of my TEDxOgden Talk “The Costs of Idealizing Motherhood,” we discussed some of the nuances of what it looks like to be a woman in the Church.
Back in October, Allyson and Tiffany of “The Sisterhood Podcast” discussed my TEDx Ogden Talk entitled “The Costs of Idealizing Motherhood”on their show. Later, they were kind enough to have me on an episode to tell more about what inspired my talk.
Following up on our last discussion about communicating with believing family members, I again sat down with Kattie and Allan of the “Marriage on a Tightrope” podcast to talk about some of the challenges of raising teenagers in a mixed faith family.
I recently had the privilege of sitting down with Todd Sylvester of the Beliefcast Podcast to discuss my personal and professional journey. As a private practitioner, I have worked primarily with women but have helped all different clients with topics like emotional management, differentiation of self, how to care for yourself and your family, and assertiveness in relationships.
Motherhood is a beautiful experience, but it can come with a lot of misconceptions. Here are 5 myths about motherhood that might be bringing you down.
Do you sometimes find that your family members don’t get along? Do feelings get hurt and arguments break out? I recently sat down with my old friend Brooke Walker to discuss some strategies to improve family communication on BYUtv’s show “Family Rules.”
I recently sat down with Kattie and Allan of the “Marriage On a Tightrope” podcast to discuss ways to tell your family or loved ones when you or your spouse have experienced a shift or transition in your faith. This can be a very sensitive and painful subject for families, so it’s important to broach it in a way that shows respect.
I recently sat down to discuss “Do’s” and “Don’ts” of what to do and say when a child comes out as LGBTQ. This can be a difficult experience for parents, especially if they are surprised by it. Here are some ways to show love and support (as well as some things to avoid):
Unfortunately, we often hear of destructive or violent act happening in our world. Should you talk to your child about the event? Or protect them from it? How much detail should you go into? I offer 5 tips to help your child deal with tragedies.Read more