Self Care with Julia Hogan

 In Anxiety, Depression, Fatigue, Health, Mental Health, mindfulness, Relationships, Sleep, Stress, Women's Health

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Date: September 17, 2018

Episode Description

Culturally we have an expectation to burn the candle at both ends, and burn ourselves out.  We must be busy to be successful, and if we aren’t sacrificing ourselves we aren’t a good parent, partner, employee, volunteer etc.  In her book “It’s okay to Start With You,” Julia Hogan explains self care and self compassion, and gives a detailed plan on how you can get started.

Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

Self care is an important topic I bring up with my patients every day.  Even when we’re sick, we tend to feel guilty and push ourselves past breaking point.  I think it’s important to learn self care as children, so that as adults we know how to care for ourselves and take time to rest.

Guest Information

Julia Marie Hogan is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Chicago. In addition to her work as a psychotherapist, she leads workshops and writes on topics related to self-care, relationships and mental health. Her book, It’s Okay to Start with You is all about the power of embracing your worth and is available at OSVCatholicBookstore.com and Amazon.com. She is passionate about empowering individuals to be their most authentic selves. You can find more of her writing online at Verily, Mind & Spirit, and 1in5minds. For more information, please visit juliamariehogan.com.

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