Self-evaluation can be a good thing when it helps us to move towards a goal. However, there is a vast difference between, “I need to spend more time with my family” and “I’m a terrible mother.” Excessive self-criticism backfires because it leads us to focus on our so-called failures instead of the simple ways that we could progress.
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…
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Clair Mellenthin, LCSW on KUTV Fresh Living: Love and The 5 Love Languages
Monday, February 10, 1 pm
As Valentine’s Day approaches, it might be helpful to understand the “language” that your special someone speaks. Tune in at 1 pm today as Clair Mellenthin discusses love and how people express love through their “love language.”
Many missionaries and family members often struggle when they are unable to complete their LDS mission. Tune in a 1 pm and join Dr. Kris Doty and Julie Hanks as they discuss the best ways to support an early-return missionary.