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According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 200,000 victims of bullying had brought weapons to school at least once during the previous month. I was invited to comment about this staggering statistic yesterday for KSL TV news.
This week on KSL TV’s Studio 5 with Brooke Walker I tackle viewer’s tough relationship dilemmas in this new Q & A segment called “Ask Julie.”
Adult friendships can be hard to cultivate and maintain. When you notice a friend seeming a bit stand-offish, stops returning calls, or gives you a cold shoulder you should you say something or let the friendship go? I offer some advice on how to deal with adult friendship break-ups.
There are many people who feel that they don’t have time to see a counselor or may be prevented by other circumstances from seeking counseling. Online counseling is now offering these people the opportunity to find the help they’re hoping for. There are a couple things to keep in mind when exploring this as a possibility. Watch the segment to hear my suggestions.
On Studio 5 a brave Utah woman shares her story of her husband’s struggle with mental illness. Because those who suffer don’t “look” ill, they are often misunderstood and don’t get the support offered to those with a visible illness. Here are 5 ways we can better support friends and family members struggling with mental illness.
Economic difficulties, increasing tuition enrollment, and a trend toward marrying later have impacted the number of young adults living at home with their parents. This new stage of family life leaves may parents wondering how to navigate this new stage of parenting. Here are five important questions I believe parents of young adults should be asking themselves.
Many of us may have a loved one or know someone that returned home earlier than planned from an LDS mission. Hear two early-return missionaries’ experiences, and hear what therapist Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW and researcher Dr. Kris Doty have to say about how to best support missionaries when they return home earlier than planned.
We talk a lot about developing good self-esteem: an inner confidence rooted in how you evaluate yourself. Studio 5 Contributor Julie Hanks, LCSW, owner of Wasatch Family Therapy, says self-compassion matters more.