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How I Cure Burnout In My Life: #BurnoutCure Blog Tour

Julie Hanks & Chrisi Hibbert

I love having friends who are also “shrinks.” They tend to be exceptional listeners, empathize easily, and give great advice! In addition to being a psychologist who specializes in women’s mental health my friend Dr. Christina Hibbert is also a mother, a wife, a songwriter, and a member of the LDS church. Needless to say, when we first met about 8 years ago, we became fast friends (even though we live in different states). It was delightful answer Christi’s questions. While you’re on her website, read her amazing articles. She’s working on finishing up her first book. Yay Christi! ———> and yes, we’re both goofballs!—>

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Let’s Talk Burnout! #BurnoutCure Blog Tour Carmen’s Voice

Let's Talk Burnout #BurnoutCure

Deseret News blogger, and former American Idol Finalist Carmen Rasumsen Herbert shares her thoughts about “The Burnout Cure” book, and how to avoid burnout. I’ll be stopping by her blog “Carmen’s Voice” to answer any questions you have about self-care, emotional health, and preventing burnout. Click the link above to read her article and ask your Q’s…

Burnout Cure Book Interview: Studio 5

Taking care of everyone else can leave women feeling burned out. It’s a problem Therapist Julie Hanks is passionate about. She has tips to help you recover from burnout and keep it from happening again.

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Julie’s new book The Burnout Cure: An Emotional Survival Guide For Overwhelmed Women is available TODAY in stores and online!

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Watch Julie’s NEW Music Video “Molly Mormon Died Today”

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Molly Mormon Died Today New Music Video

I thought the release date of my first book  would be a great day to proclaim the death of the cultural unrealistic expectations… “Molly Mormon.”

On day a few weeks ago my kids were showing me the video “Dumb Ways To Die”, a hilarious safety campaign by the Australian Metro that became a YouTube phenomenon and is now a smartphone game. It got me thinking….

I started giggling as I imagined funny ways that “Molly Mormon”, the cultural myth of perfectionism, could die. Since the gist of my first book The Burnout Cure: An Emotional Survival Guide For Overwhelmed Women is about taking good care of ourselves, rejecting perfectionism and unrealistic expectations that prevent us from feeling “good enough” in our efforts. I hope women will embrace realistic expectations and treat themselves as kindly and generously as they treat others.

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Enter The Burnout Cure Giveaway! (ends this Friday)

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What cultural expectations are you going to let go of today? Feel free to comment below.

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