We all need role models to teach us how to do and be better. This week on the podcast, Shawntà Hooks is sharing how learning from her own role models is helping her to be a role model for her son and the teams she works with.
Change doesn’t happen on its own; it takes work and effort. And a little bit of hope and motivation. This week on the podcast, our guest, Chris Castelino, talks about the work he did to pull himself out of a long period of grief and inaction. And the results are amazing!
A youth in trouble isn’t a lost cause; they’re an opportunity for hope and leadership. That’s the mindset Tina Clem of Calgary Youth Justice Society has when working with youth who have been in the court system. And the language the youth gain through their work with CYJS is just what sets them on the right path.
Finding hope in adversity can be challenging, and staying the course can feel impossible when you’re recovering from addiction. But with the right mindset and resources after treatment? Who knows what’s possible!
Food insecurity continues to run rampant, but organizations like Brown Bagging 4 Calgary’s Kids are working hard to ensure they have the nutrition they need, with none of the stigma or red tape that would prevent them from utilizing the services.
Johnny Crowder joins Lindsay to discuss how hope has allowed him to consider potential positive outcomes, taking action and shifting your mindset to finding coping mechanisms that work for you. He also speaks about his business, Cope Notes, and how Cope Notes has helped thousands of people learn to cope.
Today Lindsay is joined by Alex Malebranche to discuss the path to hope by normalizing feelings, teaching our children emotional intelligence and awareness, and how we can open the door to these conversations in our lives.
Dr. Bibi Pirayesh joins the podcast today to share her story as an educational therapist and why learning disabilities are a social justice issue.
This week on the podcast, Susan and Martin from Body of 9 share how identifying your Natural Number can bring you more hope, self awareness, and deeper, more meaningful connections
Sarah Moss details how the programs at Cornerstone of Hope help families commit to hope and equip future generations to face difficult emotions and situations with hope.