Imagine losing your home to a wildfire, just weeks after moving in. That’s what happened to this week’s guest, but she’s finding hope and solace in the community she discovered in the wake of this tragedy.
Much like hope has many different definitions, the definition of beauty can be unique to us as well. As a tool for motivation, beauty holds powers we might not expect but this week’s guest, Nina Kins, understands how you can leverage this power and find beauty everywhere.
What does food, 9/11 and hair loss have in common? These are all aspects of Diana Gremillion’s wonderful, tragic, crooked, journey of life. Join me as Diana and I talk about recipes, burnout and transformation on her path to a more hopeful future.
An incredible story of a family’s hope after losing two children to a rare genetic condition. Drawing on her faith and her family, this week’s episode is a story of a mother’s love, her daily decision to show hope and courage and her belief that the future will be better than today.
Sometimes the caregiver needs come care, which is just one reason why Candace Plattor opted to support the families of those managing addiction. Listen in to Candace’s story of addiction, recovery, and supporting her community.
With hope, big things can happen. Even in the face of adversity, hope can bring so much good and allow you to bring that good to others. Listen in to this week’s episode to hear how Laura found hope and faith in the face of a devastating diagnosis.
Research uncovers new possibilities every day for mental health treatments, oftentimes looking more closely at products that are already within our reach. The trick is overcoming the stigma that is prevalent in our culture. Listen in to hear about some hope in new treatments that are out there.
Education and awareness is important. Even more important is taking action from what you’ve learned. This week on the podcast, I’m talking to Tim Fox about not only learning but truly taking action, mobilizing, that new knowledge, especially when it comes to Indigenous people.
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.
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.