Grief – 3 Things You Should Know About The Grieving Process

[powerpress] Understanding Grief and Dealing With Death I’m a big believer in self-help, learning, and growing. One of the toughest topics that we often learn the most from is grief. We are never really prepared for the loss of a loved one, but we can learn about grief from people like my guests who have learned valuable wisdom after having lost a loved one. Therese is a palliative care nurse. She sits with people at the end of their life and Read More

Meet Dr. Sean – “McSteamy” and Dr. Oz in 1

Meet Dr. Sean Richardson, McSteamy and Dr. Oz in 1 awesome guy! He’s so wise and handsome and talented and handsome… and married. He stopped in to share some knowledge on questions I often get from viewers on topics that many deal with on a daily basis. Enjoy! Dr. Sean on KirstyTV Make positive changes in your life and bust through 5 common roadblocks. When it comes to change, we’re not always sure what’s getting in our way. From some Read More

Living With Grief – Tips From an Expert

Grief is for sure…. we will not escape it.  So, best we surrender to the journey and five years on from my husband dying this is how it feels for me and maybe for you too? For me in my grief the best way I can describe it is we are all in the ocean of grief, all of us that have lost somebody, and when we first get thrown in, we may enter at different places, different kinds of Read More

Losing Everything Taught Her Major Life Lessons

[powerpress] Kristen Moeller writes a blog called, Walking Through Fire which is about the Denver forest fires in 2012 to which she lost her all of her earthly possessions and home.  On that fateful day, the home owners in her area were all warned to evacuate. As she was packing up her belongings, it didn’t occur to her that she would actually lose her home and everything inside.     Kristen tells us that it started like any other day, working Read More

Widow Finds Purpose in Life Again

[powerpress] Beth Howard believes that the joy of pie is about more than eating–it’s also about providing connection, community, comfort and bringing people together. So not only are we going to bake the pies, but we are then going to give them away to people. So, I’m here in gorgeous Pasadena, California where I’m about to have my first pie baking lesson. Part of the reason Beth loves making pie is for the sensual, tactile experience of really engaging with Read More

Marcia Cross From Desperate Housewives On Her Personal Experience With Grief

[powerpress] “Take small actions to stay involved in life.” It was a pleasure to spend some time talking with Actress, Marcia Cross, as we discussed the coping with tragedy.  Marcia is more beautiful in person than on screen and she is just as beautiful inside as out. She has lived through more tragedy than most and came through it a stronger person with so much wisdom to share. Her vulnerability here is so beautiful.  I’m so grateful to her for sharing her wisdom, Read More

Dr. Ken Druck On Self Compassion During Loss

[powerpress] “If we can be patient, understanding and encouraging with ourselves, we will rise up out of the ashes.” I’m so glad I was able to catch up with Dr. Ken Druck and soak in some wisdoms about loss and the importance of self compassion and self care. Ken Druck’s life changed dramatically in 1996 after the tragic death of his oldest daughter, Jenna. Since then, he has become a lifeline for thousands of families who have suffered a loss. Read More

Video – KExpert, Marcia Cross On How To Find Balance

[powerpress] Talking with Marcia Cross is always a joy. Just look at how present she was when we spoke. If you don’t know Marcia Cross, she is a fantastic actress (Desperate Housewives and Melrose Place are some TV shows she’s most known for) and a mother. She’s also a great person to glean some advice about balancing our lives and she’s a big proponent of it.  Chances are, you lead a very busy life too. How do you manage to Read More