Everyday Rockstar, Sad Social Media Posts, Narcissism, Supporting Children, Making Fall Wreaths


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Everyday Rockstar (0:00:00) Lisa and Richie talk with this week’s Everyday Rockstar. You can nominate yourself or someone you know to be featured on the show by sending an email to thelisashow@byu.edu. Sad Social Media Posting (0:07:20) COVID-19 and all of its side-effects have not made 2020 the easiest year for anyone. With hard times falling on nearly everyone and with less opportunities to see others in person, many people have taken to social media to express their sadness to their followers. While complaining about a bad week (or even year) is completely normal, serious issues can arise when these posts are less venting and more like cries for help. So how do we handle things when we come across difficult posts like this? Joining us on the show today is Dr. Lindsey Giller, a clinical psychologist in the Mood Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute, here with us to talk about how to navigate publishing mental health troubles on social media. Narcissism (0:27:24) It’s important to love yourself. But some people take self-love a little too far and literally can’t think about anyone but themselves. We call them “narcissists.” And although we know what it means to be a narcissist, do we actually know the implications of being one or being around one? To answer this question and help us get rid of our narcissistic tendencies, we’ve invited Dr. Suzanne Degges-White, a counselor, professor and author, on the show today. Supporting All Your Children (1:00:10) Whether it’s for a season or an extended period of time, every family has one child who needs a little more attention than the others. This may be due to a physical or emotional disability, a rough patch with friends, or a hard time in school. While the extra love and affection are sometimes necessary, we can’t forget to stay aware of all our other children’s needs. To help us know how we can support all of our children despite our family’s circumstance, we’ve invited Dr. Rebecca Schrag Hershberg, a clinical psychologist and the founder of Little House Calls Psychological Services, to share her advice. Making Fall Wreaths (1:28:45) Wherever you lie on the spectrum of decorating, there is no harm in adorning your door with a nice wreath. And today, we wanted to ask Lia Griffith, a master crafter and designer, for her expert advice on how to make our very own fall wreaths.

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