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

Video – Breast Implants Gone Wrong, Sybil Goldrich Warns Women

[powerpress] I can’t even begin to imagine what it would be like to be lying in a hospital bed, waiting for them to come and remove your breasts. I imagine it would be one of the hardest decisions for any woman to have to make. Do you know anyone who has had a mastectomy?   After her double mastectomy in the 80’s, my guest, Sybil Goldrich discovered that breast implants had never been approved by the FDA. She went on Read More

Video – Petra Survived Sex Slavery: Healing After Abuse

[powerpress] “It felt like I was walking around naked screaming for help and no-one could hear me.” My guest Petra Sojka suffered unimaginable cruelty at 16 years old when she was kidnapped while waiting at a bus stop in the Czech Republic. She was taken into the vile underworld that is the sex trade industry. Interviewing Petra is a day I will not forget. Prior the interview, I read her story and cried for days. We all know that horrible 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

Video – Down In The Dumps Or Dealing With Depression?

[powerpress] Today on Kirsty TV, meet my guest Jules Bruff, an award winning actress and filmmaker.  Suffering from depression since her early 20′s, she has decided to share her story despite the fact there is still a stigma attached to depression. Meeting Jules who is so vivacious and fun, you would never imagine that she suffers from clinical depression. In this episode of Kirsty TV, Jules shares how she identified that she was suffering with clinical depression and how she Read More

My Husband Became A Woman: How Linda Learned To Live By Choice

  My world had gone silent.  I stood there, looking out across the bay, the sea was sparkling but I could no longer hear my children playing in the bush, I could no longer hear the birds singing above.  All I could hear were those 6 words that my husband had just uttered, and those six words were going to change my life forever. I had had a great marriage, and we had 3 beautiful children together.  I had known Read More

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.

Video – Poem & Song By Guest DJ Verrett ‘Outta Myself’

[powerpress] This blew me away! My favorite part of my interview with DJ Verrett, was when he read his original poem, ‘Outta Myself,’ which inspired his rap song by the same title. We captured it on camera and later he sent me his song to share with you. The last line in the poem gets me every time! POEM –  OUTTA MYSELF Now once upon a time,  when I was on the grind, out committing crimes, I thought the world Read More

Video – 16 Years In Prison: How DJ Verrett Found Himself

[powerpress] DJ Verrett spent 16 and a half years in federal prison for drug related charges, being constantly transferred to 13 different prisons throughout the United States. He tells me that during this time, he finally figured out how to heal and free himself by going inside of himself.  ‘Imagine being locked up in Federal prison as a teenager and coming out 16 years later a grown man! Mista DJ Verrett made a decision to change everything about his life Read More

Children Are Human Too: Children’s Rights

‘Under the law, children have long been regarded as the PROPERTY of their parents. State statutes and case law nationwide protect the constitutional rights of parents, often disregarding the rights of children. What is now common knowledge among professionals and the general public with respect to the importance of loving, appropriate child rearing, is generally not reflected in the law.‘ – Parenthood in America Stacey’s story was another interview that taught me so much about our world. I had no idea Read More