Is our society too sensitive? Do we expect everyone else to know our sensitivities? Studio 5 Contributor Dr. Julie Hanks is the owner of Wasatch Family Therapy. She shares 5 questions find out if you are too easily offended and how to move beyond it. Interested in Dr. Hanks’ Ecourse “The Burnout Cure”? Click here
Human beings are prone to mistakes, and we all have the experience of doing or saying something that has hurt another person (even someone we value and love). In order to repair those precious relationships, it is often necessary to apologize. But simply saying, “I’m sorry” is rarely enough. Here are 5 steps to giving a powerful, sincere apology: 1) …
Straightforward advice for your toughest relationship situations! 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.”
Will you be my friend? It sounds like a line straight off of Sesame Street. But research suggests adults could take a Kindergarten clue, when it comes to making friends.
Ok, ok. I know some of you will give me flack about this. You’ve heard me speak, write, and blog on the importance of setting healthy boundaries, saying “no”, and not over-commiting ourselves, right? Well, sometimes you’ve just got to break your own rules! Like when one of the top websites top websites in the US and globally offers you …
Big successes are easy to spot but sometimes small accomplishments are overlooked. If you want to celebrate the success of others, therapist Julie Hanks, LCSW says to look beyond appearance and praising what really matters.
“I need help” are often the hardest words for women to say. But therapist Julie Hanks, LCSW says learning to ask for help could change your life. Why it’s hard to ask for help We’re afraid people will think less of us We’re afraid of rejection We’re afraid of looking weak We’re afraid of looking imperfect