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Teaching Your Daughter Body Love: Studio 5

Many of you have joined our Body Love movement, turning the negative self-talk into positive views of our bodies. Now, we challenge you to help your daughters feel good about how they look.

Studio 5 Contributor, Therapist Julie Hanks, shares 10 ways to teach young girls the concept of body love.

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Psychoanalyzing Politics: Lou Dobbs Tonight Interview on Fox Business

Psychoanalyzing Obama blog It started out as a normal Tuesday. Got the kids off to school. Worked on my computer. Did some homework. Did some dishes…

When the limo arrived at my home it ceased to be an <em>average</em> day. I was driven to a studio in downtown SLC where a stylist was waiting to touch up hair and make up. I did a live remote TV interview for Fox Business channel’s Lou Dobbs Tonight show {without totally humiliating myself}, shared some thoughts on lame duck presidency and the trend of politicians involved in sex scandals seeking re-election. Rode in a limo home…back to real life.

Had dinner with family. Got kids to various activities. Got kids in bed. Worked on my computer. Watched TV with hubby.

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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Make Self-Care Your Top Priority

Therapist, Julie Hanks, says the pressure women feel to “do it all” is often intensified by Utah’s unique culture. If you are feeling overwhelmed and exhausted Julie says self-care is the solution. Follow her expert advice and put yourself at the top of your “to-do” list.

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Help Your Man “Lean In” To Fatherhood

Therapist Julie Hanks offers advice on how to help your man more involved in parenting. It’s a strategy that could make your whole family happier.

Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg’s book “Lean In” encourages women to step up, take risks, and lead in at work, at school, and in their communities. However, for women with children to seize leadership opportunities requires men to lean in more at home. Whether you’re a mother who is working part-time or full-time outside of the home, or you are a stay-at-home mom, there are things we can do encourage our husband’s to lean in to fatherhood. Not only is an involved father necessary for you to embrace leadership opportunities in the community, research consistently shows that your children will benefit from their father’s involvement in their lives. Here are a few of the ways children benefit from having an involved father:

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