How To Celebrate The Lives of Our Loved Ones in a Beautiful Way (Video)

[powerpress] To celebrate the lives of our loved ones in a beautiful way, is a healthy an peaceful way to let go. Kirsty and friends discuss how to say goodbye to our loved ones in a way that honors them and helps us let go. Join us on the Kouch for a chat! Life and death–who has had an experience with it? I haven’t yet, but my Grandfather is at that age where we are starting to look at nursing Read More

Coping With Death & The Questions We Don’t Ask, Answered (Video)

[powerpress] Coping with death is something we all face at some point in life. Some of your questions about death are answered here on Kirsty TV, in this interview by Family Nurse Practitioner in Palliative Care, Therese Gibson. Therese helps people through life’s transition. Her first patient was her sister in law, who was 38 years old when she passed away from cancer. She passed at home, in the care of Therese and her family. Time Flies When You’re Alive Read More

This Week I Learned…

I hope this week’s episodes touched your heart and that you took something valuable away from them. With each interview or expert article I receive, I am richer with wisdom and love. Thanks for sharing this show with your friends and family. You never know who you may help. Stay tuned to www.KirstyTV.com for more exclusive and uplifting interviews. We will be sharing inspirational stories from everyday people, celebrities and experts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Question: What Would You Change?

Question:  If there was one thing you could change, what would it be? Share your thoughts below.  kx   Stay tuned to www.KirstyTV.com for more exclusive and inspiring interviews. We will be sharing inspirational stories from our interviews with everyday people, celebrities and experts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Life After Prison

[powerpress] My friends and I chat about the challenges of integrating into society after being ostracized or ignored. We discuss how to overcome that challenge by “choosing again”.  Join the convo, by posting your comments below.  How important is it to have support, education and mentors? Where does that spark to change come from, to finally break old patterns? Watch my moving interview with ex-inmate and author, DJ Verrett. DJ spent 16.5 years in federal prison for drug related charges, Read More