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Things have started to change.  Your parents are aging.  Your children are growing up or have left your home.  You know that you will need to step into a different role soon to support your parents but where do you even start? What can you say or do to help

Linda Vettrus-Nichols is an expert at helping men and women break through psychological obstacles that have kept them feeling victimized, stuck and out of control.  Through her work, alongside her husband, Terry Earthwind Nichols, she assists her clients to break free from the emotional and psychological barriers that keep them

Terry Earthwind Nichols  is the founder of Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression™ (CR),  a  technique he developed from his experience as a Navy Profiler, Commissioned Steven Minister, and Grief Counselor. In this podcast, he shares how we can move through our stress, grief and overwhelm by using this technique that he shares.

Margot Hall is an amazing 92-year-old woman who loves to ski and volunteer at The Good Companions Centre in Ottawa. She is vibrant, full of life and has a rich history to share. We have been blessed to have her in our lives and now it’s our honour to share

For the past two weeks, the Olympics have been a hot topic of conversation and for many, it brought them closer to their loved ones.
While speaking at a retirement residence this week, and while moving several families into other residences during the past two weeks, televisions were on and

It’s been a long winter! No one will disagree nor will they argue that many are beginning to get truly fed up with it. The cold. The snow. The dreary days without sunlight.
As we care for our loved ones, and ourselves, it is so very important to be conscious

“I don’t know where to start!”, Marie exclaims as she looks at her mother’s closet, knowing that much of what is there has to go.
Marie’s mother was just transfered from the hospital into a long-term care facility and she is now left with the charge of emptying her mother’s