I talked with caller Chance on Todd and Erin Show on Rewind 100.7 who has a few ex-step mothers. He asks, “How should I honor them? What if I don’t see them much anymore?” Erin chimed in and asked, “How should you handle when your relationship with your mother is estranged?” Listen to part 2 here and get your Mother’s Day “homework assignment”
In the wake of Chris Martin’s recent comments that he was to blame for the breakup with Gwyneth Paltrow, I was invited to share my thoughts on the importance of sharing emotional vulnerability with your partner.
“Even if he can’t do anything to fix the situation, that doesn’t mean it’s not worth discussing,” says Julie Hanks, a couples therapist and executive director of Wasatch Family Therapy in Salt Lake City. “We all need to be comforted when we’re emotionally distressed, upset, or burdened.”
What’s your New Year’s Resolution? Losing 5 pounds? Getting more organized? I interviewed recently with Shape Magazine to talk about a resolution that you may not have considered…improving your emotional connections.
Here are a few of my tips on how to strengthen your face-to-face relationships with loved ones…
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.
It’s always exciting doing something for the first time, and luckily I had another “first” this week. I was interviewed on The Jerry Doyle Show on The Talk Radio Network (the 6th largest syndicated talk radio show) We chatted about a topic I commented on yesterday The Wall Street Journal – neediness in relationships. Jerry referenced Tuesday’s article “I’m OK. You’re Needy” by Bonds columnist Elizabeth Bernstein.
The details of the bombings in Boston continue to unfold. As news outlets scramble for the facts, we struggle to make sense of what happened: to make sense of the senseless.
Acknowledge tragedy but don’t dwell on it
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