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Wendy Ulrich, a mother and licensed psychologist, shares personal stories and insights to help answer questions about raising young adults, which may sometimes be more challenging than parenting young children.31:16
When life feels dark, overwhelming, or lonely, what can we do to find peace? Reaching outside of ourselves to serve others who are also in need may seem counterintuitive, but it is a healing balm that is tried and true.28:19
M. Joseph Brough, second counselor in the Young Men general presidency, and Alaina Chatterly, a mental health therapist for teenagers, share personal stories and expert insights to help answer these questions.27:02
Bonnie H. Cordon, the second counselor in the Primary general presidency, suggests that learning the language of the Spirit is easiest when it starts at home, where children can be immersed in it.25:53
Jean B. Bingham, first counselor in the Primary general presidency, and author Merrilee Boyack share personal stories and expert insights to help answer these questions in this episode of Gospel Solutions for Families.28:46
Robin Zenger Baker, author of Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path, has studied psychology, organizational behavior, and family therapy. She shares personal stories and professional insights to answer questions.30:57
Carol F. McConkie, first counselor in the Young Women General Presidency, and Heather Nelson, a licensed clinical social worker, share personal stories and expert insights to help answer questions in this episode of Gospel Solutions for Families.31:41