Born Without Arms, The Inspiring Lesson’s He’s Learned

December 2nd, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Born without arms, Alvin Law has learned to do everything hands do with his feet. The inspiring lessons he’s learned motivate people to be their authentic self and to fully accept themselves. He sat down with me at the National Speakers Association to share some of his life’s lessons and gifts with us.  In our informal interview, he shared these inspiring messages.    The first question that I always get is, “What happened to you?” The real answer that I know at 53 years old is, “Nothing.” Nothing happened to […]


Cutting and Self Harm: Her Story

July 31st, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Today we’re talking about self-harm and in particular, cutting. In the last 10 years, it appears that cutting has increasingly become a coping mechanism for adolescents. My guest, Stephanie grew up in a troubled environment with a mom who was a prostitute and a father, her pimp. By eleven years old, both of her parents had passed away. She started cutting at just 8 years old as a means to cope with all of the trauma in her life. Stephanie tells us what prompted her to start cutting, drinking, smoking […]


Behind the Scenes: Working with Oprah & Tyler Perry on The Haves and Have Nots

July 15th, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

    Today we have a special surprise for all of the fans of the OWN drama, Tyler Perry’s The Haves and Have Nots. Renee Lawless, the wonderful actress playing Katheryn Cryer, is here to give us a behind the scenes glimpse into her world.   Renee tells a hilarious story about the first time she worked with Tyler Perry. She goes on to tell us what she thinks of her character, Katheryn Cryer.  I’ve always wondered if kissing on set was the best part of being an actress. She […]


Tyler Perry’s, ‘The Have and The Have Nots’ Actress: Renee Lawless’ Wild Journey to Her Dreams

July 15th, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

My guest today, Renee Lawless, is an actress playing Katheryn Cryer on Tyler Perry’s ‘The Haves and the Have Nots’, a television drama on the Oprah Winfrey Network. She has been through the highs and lows on her journey to the bright lights in Hollywood and is here to share her story with us.   Renee answers the question, “How does one prepare for success?” She tells us about the her roller coaster ride experience, building her career as an actress in New York and in Hollywood. “You can be […]


Fat Sick and Nearly Dead – Joe Cross & His Journey Living Solely On Juice For 60 Days

May 20th, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Fat Sick and Nearly Dead, Joe Cross talks about his journey of living solely on juice for 60 days. Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead is a documentary which has now been seen by millions of people worldwide. In this interview, Joe reveals the ups and downs of the 60-day juice fast that saved his life. He’s recently published everything he’s learned in a step-by-step guide to transforming your life through the power of juice: The Reboot With Joe Juice Diet.  Joe was obese and sick when he decided to take […]


KirstyTV Talk Show Reel – Inspiring Stories That Heal

May 6th, 2014 | Added to: Interviews, K's Journey | Comments Off

Welcome to KirstyTV, a new inspirational talk show about the power of sharing stories. I believe when people share their stories they heal themselves and they heal others. Each week, I interview everyday people, celebrities and experts of all kinds of topics that we all go through in life. Join the conversation. Sign up for the newsletter and find us across our social networks where we chat every day about issues that matter. Some of the topics and amazing stories we have covered are listed below. Click on the links […]


Teen Pregnancy – My Open Adoption Story

April 22nd, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Teen pregnancy changed her life forever. Her open adoption story of fear, hopelessness, healing and finally fulfillment. Juanita was just 14 years old when she got pregnant. Scared and unsure what to do, she hid her pregnancy for 6 months. When her mother found out, she forced her to give the baby up through adoption–something that sent her spiraling out of control for many years. She was finally able to get to a place of acceptance and through open adoption, she’s been able to reconnect with her daughter. In the […]


Miscarriage, Loss & Finding Hope: Her Story Mother of Six, Parenting One

April 1st, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Miscarriage, loss and finding hope. A mother of six, parenting one tells her story. After four years of trying to get pregnant, my guest today, Ena and her husband went to see an infertility specialist. They went through rounds of IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) and IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), facing a devastating 6 losses before finally delivering their little miracle, a beautiful baby girl.  During our interview Ena was pregnant again. When I asked her how she was feeling about this pregnancy she replied, “Excited, yet scared because of the history […]


I Told My Religious Parents I Am Gay

March 21st, 2014 | Added to: Kommunity | Comments Off

Sitting in an empty locker room, my phone in hand – I knew I had to do it. I was about to be late for ballet class so I pressed call, the phone rang then rang again. My Dad answers, I remember just trying to breathe. Knowing I could not hold on to this secret anymore I just spit it out, “Dad, I have something to tell you. I am gay”. There was a silence and I heard my dad start to cry. He said “I always knew one day […]


When I Came Out

March 18th, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

From as young as 7 years old, Zachary Tristen had homosexual feelings, but when he was accepted into a premier ballet company he signed a statement that banned him from participating in homosexual activity. This led him to ignore his feelings for years. He even tried to heal himself from homosexuality, which at that time he believed was a choice. This denial of himself lead him to the brink of suicide before he finally got to a place of accepting and loving himself.    “I was 7 when I realized […]


KirstyTV Fan Video – Celebrating 1 Year & 100K Views!

March 11th, 2014 | Added to: K's Journey | Comments Off

KirstyTV hit 100,000 views on our 1 year birthday! We are now 1 year old and 100,000 views strong! Our fans are the best and sent in their birthday wishes and congratulations. Thanks for celebrating with us!! We are on a mission to spread the healing to 1 million people this year! Help spread the inspirational and positive true stories of overcoming adversity by watching and sharing the show.  ‘Someone asked me what the coolest thing about speaking is and I told them; it’s the opportunity to make a difference. […]


True and Tragic Love Story ‘Her Husband Is Hit By A Car & Life Is Forever Changed’.

January 28th, 2014 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Coping with the death of a spouse seems impossible while you’re in it. This is the true and tragic love story of Pamela Burrus who lost her husband of 20 years in 2009 when he was hit by a car in a pedestrian crossing on his way home from work. Losing a loved one, if we live long enough, is something that most of us will face, but it’s something that we are rarely ready for. One of the things that I loved about meeting Pamela was hearing her tell […]


His Story Will Scare The Texting Out of You

November 19th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Reggie Shaw was 19 years old when he took the lives of two men by texting and driving. Reggie talks about his extreme regret for making the choice to text and drive. At 19 years old, he thought he was invincible. His young and immature self thought he could do no harm.  Since the accident, his life took a different turn. He wasn’t able to accomplish what he set out to do in his youth. In a way, he grieves the loss of three lives, one being the life he […]


What To Do When Fear Tells You To Stop Chasing Your Dreams

November 11th, 2013 | Added to: K's Journey | Comments Off

Living your dreams! It’s a bit of a roller coaster when you are on the entrepreneurial path or you are living your boldest dreams. There are inevitable ups and downs. You don’t always know why, but something will come up, usually fear. You may second guess yourself and think that you can’t continue on this path, which is completely normal! In one of my past K Diary videos called, ‘Pre Launch Jitters Of KirstyTV ‘Kmart Meltdown‘, I was a little teary and emotional. I realized that I was feeling insecure […]


Your Work Drive is Like Your Sex Drive – Bring Back the Passion in Work

October 24th, 2013 | Added to: K's Journey | Comments Off

Bring the passion back into your work life, just like your sex life. I was talking with a guest this week about bringing back desire in the bedroom and it got me thinking about my lack of desire for my work.  Ever get tired of your business? These are some of the things that I do to get my work mojo back: RELAX. Just like getting in the mood, you might have to go take a bath. Sometimes you have to take a step backwards before you move forwards. We think […]


Sexual Passion in Marriage Long After the Honeymoon

October 22nd, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Let’s talk about bringing back desire! Ande Lyons is here to talk to us about how to have a passionate relationship. When Ande met her partner 28 years ago, they had instant chemistry. Over the years they have been able to keep that chemistry alive because they cultivate it. Usually when you first fall in love the feelings of euphoria last for about 18 months. They’re lust levels dropped when they were trying to have a child and having multiple miscarriages. To help her get through the time when they […]


Persistence to the Point of Almost Stalking Pays Off

October 17th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

OWNers, this is for you! Paolo Presta and I shot some extra footage and an interview all about what is was like for Paolo to meet Oprah and how that changed his life. Watch it to the end because we have some extra funny footage! I love Oprah, the OWN Network, Spoonful of Paolo and this amazing community who continues to support us and each other.     Oprah hit the road in her Wildest Dreams Bus back in 2004 to make people’s dreams come true. One of her stops was […]


Oprah Made Paolo’s Dream Come True

October 15th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Oprah hit the road in her Wildest Dreams Bus back in 2004 to make people’s dreams come true. One of her stops was at a family owned grocery store where my guest Paolo Presta worked. She offered this aspiring actor a speaking role on the TV show Will & Grace and it went down in Oprah’s show history as one of the best viewer surprises of all time. Paolo talks about his incredible experience on the Will & Grace show and how it felt to live his dream. At that […]


Obese Weight Loss Transformation

October 9th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

  David Garcia tipped the scales at 402 lbs and has lost 158 lbs to date after meeting Richard Simmons on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. He’s sharing with us today, the details of his struggle as an obese man, what he did to lose the weight and how he keeps it off today. We talk candidly about the ups and downs of his journey to becoming a healthier person and what it was like for him to be overweight. Doesn’t he look amazing?! David knew he was obese, but hadn’t […]


Eating Disorders in America – Real Stories From Teens

October 4th, 2013 | Added to: Kommunity | Comments Off

Eating Disorders – Recovery is possible In Western society, we have relative freedom of choice when it comes to thoughts and action. Yet the prevalence of eating disorders continues to climb, and the number of people partaking in destructive behaviors is reaching disturbing proportions. According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, up to 24 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder in the U.S. In addition, anorexia is the third most common chronic illness among adolescents and about 50 percent of […]


Anorexia – I Almost Exercised Myself To Death

October 3rd, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Anorexia, particularly Sports Anorexia is an eating disorder that started in her teens. Robyn Baker describes her journey to recovery and what was happening before she started an unhealthy relationship with her body, food and exercise. She was feeling intense pressure scholastically and her home life was unpredictable as her father was an alcoholic. She was overwhelmed and didn’t know how to handle the stress in her life. At an attempt to make herself feel better, she cut back on what she was eating because she noticed that girls feel […]


9/11 Twin Tower Survivor – Her Story of Shock and Healing Post Attack

September 11th, 2013 | Added to: Kommunity | Comments Off

Photo of me at my desk in the World Trade Center, September 7, 2001   In remembrance and honor of 9/11, I sat down with a survivor of the attack of that fateful day.  Michelle Rosado was in Tower II of the World Trade Center when Tower I was hit. Today, 12 years after the attack on American soil, we recorded our interview on Google Hangout as she shared the details of that morning and her journey to healing and recovery. I had never heard an account of the morning […]


9/11 – She Was in Tower II

September 11th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews, Kommunity | Comments Off

      I had never heard an account of the morning of 9/11 in this much detail until I met the amazing Michelle. Watch our interview, read the timeline of events below and leave your comments. Thanks for watching and sharing Michelle’s story. Will I Recover? by Michelle Cruz Rosado  Taking the elevator to the 95th Floor of Two World Trade Center was something that had become a mindless, involuntary action for all of us who worked there. Our offices at Fiduciary Trust had consisted of the 90th to 97th […]


Freedom Comes From Forgiveness

September 10th, 2013 | Added to: Kommunity | Comments Off

In light of recent events with the murder and trial of Trayvon Martin, Boston bombing and the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, I’m sharing a beautiful work of love and truth by Author, Speaker and Kirsty TV guest, Chappale Burton. If anyone knows the power of forgiveness, it’s this man who was abused as a child by his step father and witness the murder of both of his parents as a young boy. Watch our interview about his childhood trauma after the article at the bottom of this page. I […]


Tips on How to Improve Self Esteem

August 27th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

What is self esteem and how can we improve our self confidence? Kristina Johnson has been running self esteem workshops for 11 years for people dealing with issues from domestic violence to obesity.  What is self esteem? Self esteem is how you view yourself.   How does one recognize if they have low self esteem? Kristina explains that it can be discovered when a person examines their internal dialogue. In other words, ask yourself what you are saying to yourself. That can be hard to pin point if you don’t have […]


How To Build Self Esteem With Self Love – Kouch Time

August 22nd, 2013 | Added to: K Experts, Kommunity, Kouch Time | Comments Off

Building self esteem starts with self love. Confidence and loving yourself suffers when you are picked on, called names and bullied… it’s not always the words that hurt the most, but the energy behind them. Adolescence seems to be the time that we are bullied or cut down the most and the time when what others think is most important to us. Being able to look at yourself and love yourself is so important. Some people struggle with low self esteem and we as a community, family, friends, can help […]


Self Love – Learning To Love What’s Difficult in Yourself Will Change Everything

August 20th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Self love and self acceptance is something Peggy O’Neill struggled with for many years due to low self esteem. Peggy was born a little person. She’s gone on to become an inspirational speaker, author and psychotherapist and she shares a message of how to love what’s difficult in yourself. The tough part began when she was a little kid. At about 4th grade is when she realized that she was going to be small for the rest of her life and recognized the stigma that society placed on her as a […]


OWN Ambassador’s Or #OWNers As We Like To Call Ourselves – 5 Owners Inspiring Interviews

August 18th, 2013 | Added to: Kommunity | Comments Off

Oprah calls them ‘Carriers Of The Light’. They are #OWNers, #OWN Ambassadors & #SuperSoulers.  I met each of them through twitter, through our common love of ‘Super Soul Sunday & all things OWN. All with a common interest to learn, grow & heal. They epitomize what my show KirstyTV is all about ‘sharing your story so you can heal yourself & heal others’. We invite you to watch their profound, personal videos below & please help us share and tweet the links below.  Interview 1 – Paolo Presta’s life was changed […]


Why He’s HIV Positive and Not Scared Anymore

August 16th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

An HIV positive diagnosis is something no one is prepared for. My guest, Ken Williams was in the prime of his life when he tested HIV positive. Ken, also known as “Ken Like Barbie” is an award winning blogger who seeks to erase the stigma that shames so many who live with the HIV virus. He writes and speaks about being HIV positive by telling his own story, publicly, as it unfolds. July 23, 2010 is the day that Ken tested positive for HIV. He was 26 years old.  He had just […]


Rainn Wilson of SoulPancake – Your Own Rap Song

August 9th, 2013 | Added to: Uncategorized | Comments Off

Rainn Wilson is an actor most known for his Emmy-nominated role, Dwight on the American version of The Office. Wilson founded the website SoulPancake. Since its launch in March 2009, it has had over 1 million visits, and has been featured on Oprah Winfrey’s Satellite Radio Show. I love Rainn’s website, SoulPancake so much because there they tackle all those huge life topics that we all think about but don’t always ask. It’s is a place to speak your mind, unload your questions, and figure out what it means to be human. Their […]


Paolo Presta – Your Own Rap

August 8th, 2013 | Added to: Uncategorized | Comments Off

Paolo Presta is super funny! He has a web series/talk show with celebrities, music, sweets and more. I met him on twitter and he is a big OWN supporter, naturally since Oprah changed his life! ‘For years, Paolo wrote to “The Oprah Winfrey Show” asking Oprah to help him fulfill his dream of being a part of the Entertainment business in Hollywood.  Finally, in November of 2004, Oprah Winfrey surprised Paolo at his father’s store and gave him a speaking role on NBC’s “Will & Grace”.  That was one of the greatest […]


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

June 18th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

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 is a movie that was made about that experience. There are […]


Overcoming Fears! Interview With Rhonda Britten, Repeat Oprah Guest & Founder Of The Fearless Living Institute

May 10th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

“There is nothing wrong with you, it’s just fear.” I’m chatting with Rhonda Britten, repeat Oprah guest, four-time bestselling Author, Founder of the Fearless Living Institute and Emmy Award-winner from her life-changing work on Starting Over. Whether that’s a fear of rejection or loss; fear of failure or success; fear of abandonment or pain, Rhonda has created a method for anyone anywhere to master the invisible, insidious fear we all have of ‘not being good enough.’ What she teaches is what she’s lived. Learn more about fearless living on her […]


Custody Battle, What It Takes To Fight For Someone You Love

May 8th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts, Kommunity, Kouch Time | Comments Off

Custody Battles & Fighting for your rights. What does it take and what would you fight for? In this episode of Kouch Time, I talk with my friends about the sacrifices we might have to make to fight for what we believe in or people we love.  When I watch a great movie like Conviction (a true story) starring Hilary Swank, where ‘A working mother puts herself through law school in an effort to represent her brother, who has been wrongfully convicted of murder and has exhausted his chances to […]


Acne Vulgaris & Her Story Christine Macdonald’s Battle With Extreme Cystic Acne

May 1st, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

This week’s guest, Christine Macdonald was diagnosed with a skin disease (at age 14) that left her face severely scarred physically and emotionally.  Her self esteem plummeted, which lead to a stripping career and drug addiction. Now drug free, she openly shares her story on her blog, in her books and on Kirsty TV. Click here to watch our interview. Christine suffered from Grade 4 Acne Vulgaris – “Cystic Acne” – mostly cysts, but also nodules and pustules covering over 80% of her face, upper back, inner thighs and chest. Most […]


Pole Dancing to Soul Dancing – Christine Macdonald’s Story

April 29th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Pole Dancing to Soul Dancing I love that and soul dancing is her new story. “Stripping for the first time I felt pretty; people were giving me money for how I looked.” Christine is an author, speaker and self diagnosed recovering narcissist. She is also extremely brave to share with the world, details of her past in hopes of helping others.  At age 14, Christine was diagnosed with a skin disease that left her face severely scarred. By 19 she was working as an exotic dancer and by 21 was a drug addict. How […]


Negative Thoughts & How To Change Your Thinking – Dr. Caroline Leaf On Positive Thinking (Video)

April 26th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

Negative thoughts can have a huge impact on our health and well being but until Dr. Caroline Leaf explained it to me, I had no idea that negative thoughts are the cause of most current physical illnesses today.  Crazy.  She said, “75% to 98% of current physical illnesses today (cancer, depression, etc) are coming from our [negative] thought.”  Is that scary or empowering to you?  Leave your comments below.  I’m curious to hear how you feel about it. For me, it’s a little of both, but I find it a […]


Addiction & When Our Numbing Becomes An Addiction, Allan’s Story (Video)

April 22nd, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Alcohol Addiction would have been the last thing I thought Allan suffered from, when I meet my friend and guest.  I originally met Allan as my personal trainer, so when he opened up to me about his recovery as an alcoholic I was surprised because he is just so fit! What shocked me most was when he shared that he used to get up and have vodka and orange juice for breakfast everyday. It was almost like he was talking about someone else; one of his clients who lived an […]


Small Business Tips – JT Foxx – 3 Things To Build A Successful Business (Video)

April 20th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

Building a successful small business is not easy but JT Foxx is a Serial Entrepreneur, Top Wealth Coach and Radio Personality. He hangs around with some of the biggest entrepreneurs on the planet like Donald Trump and Stedman Graham. He was very succinct in how one can build entrepreneurial success. Here are some of my favorite tweetable moments: It’s not about success it’s about significance. #KirstyTV You can only help other people if you help yourself first. #KirstyTV People need to learn how to market & brand, get a coach and surround […]


Les Brown – 3 Steps For A Better Life (Video)

April 19th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

I first met Les Brown at a real estate conference in Australia over ten years ago.  He inspired and motivated me then and he’s still got it! Les is a top Motivational Speaker, Speech Coach and Best-Selling Author, loving father and grandfather, whose passion is empowering youth and helping them have a larger vision for their lives. Here we caught up and discussed three things we can do to transform our lives. He had some great tips and wonderful wisdom.  Here are some of my favorite tweetable moments from our […]


How To Stay Motivated & Focused When Working From Home

April 18th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

Staying motivated when home alone is not always easy. This throwback photo is the real deal! I literally started building my dream from my kitchen. And look how happy I am in this photo! I think working there gave me extra motivation to work hard to get out of there. I can attest to so many of the things that my brilliant friend, Rachael Bermingham has to share with us today. Aside from being an 8-time bestselling author and speaker, she is well known for building businesses from scratch into phenomenal success […]


Fashion Designer, Sue Wong’s Story Video Interview – From Rags To Riches

April 15th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

Fashion Designer Sue Wongs story is a true rags to riches story. A must watch for anyone wanting to live their dreams and achieve success, Sue’s story shows us that anything is possible! An internationally recognized fashion designer who’s designs are sold in 27 countries around the planet. Her story is a true rags to riches story. Growing up in communist China and escaping at age 5 with her mother she came to America the land of opportunity where she became a self made multi millionaire. Something that stood out […]


Marcia Cross From Desperate Housewives On Her Personal Experience With Grief

April 5th, 2013 | Added to: Celebrities, K Experts | Comments Off

“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, especially since it came from experience and the toughest time in […]


You Are In A Position To Claim Back Your Self Esteem

April 4th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

I’m excited to share with you this beautiful article by Kathryn Orford who has over the past 30 years, empowered thousands of people to believe in their innate ability to realize their goals. After I read her article, I found this photo of me as a little girl and I’m practicing positive self talk. Enjoy and leave your comments! Self Esteem and Confidence If we were to fill a huge auditorium with 1000 women and asked them to close their eyes and put up there hand if there was something about […]


Video – Breast Implants Gone Wrong, Sybil Goldrich Warns Women

April 1st, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

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 to become a whistle blower against corporate giants and an advocate […]


What Losing My Father Taught Me

March 31st, 2013 | Added to: Kommunity | Comments Off

There I was on my 25th birthday, November 22nd 2011, celebrating at home with my family as usual. It was a dull autumn day despite the numerous greetings from friends and the nice presents from my family. Scattered thoughts were running through my mind – what I was going to do with my life, it was high time to organize my personal life and career…I wasn’t a child anymore, I was becoming a young woman. But there was something else – I had an oppressive feeling – foreseeing that something […]


Dr. Ken Druck On Self Compassion During Loss

March 29th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

“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. He is one of the nation’s pioneers in personal transformation including healing […]


Send Past Hurts Back To The Past

March 28th, 2013 | Added to: K Experts | Comments Off

I am thrilled to share with you the wisdoms of Noelene Dawes who specializes in relieving stress and releasing leadership capability. She just nails it on the head here; how can you take away the life lessons you learn here on Kirsty TV and apply them to your life? How can we soak in the wisdoms and reap their blessings in our lives? Every guest on Kirsty TV has this in common; emotional resilience.   Emotional Resilience When the mind is so weary it winds its way to shut down, the […]


Video – Petra Survived Sex Slavery: Healing After Abuse

March 25th, 2013 | Added to: Interviews | Comments Off

“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 things go on in the world, but I had never come […]


Learning To Stop Silencing My Emotions Saved Me

March 24th, 2013 | Added to: Kommunity | Comments Off

  My story starts in Colorado where I had recently moved with my parents.  We had come from northern California and I was a sophomore in high school.  I remember being so utterly devastated about being uprooted from the town I had lived in since the 2nd grade.  My sister and I shared a bunk bed that we were able to take apart because we had our own rooms in this new home. Our bedrooms were located in the bottom floor of the tri-level home. It was so cold in […]