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.
Walk into any home and you’ll immediately see which rooms are used most often by the “stuff” that is in it. Bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms and kitchens are the most used rooms in every home and they are the ones that “showcase” the way most people live. They also harbour
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
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
Are you struggling with maintaining the cleanliness of your home or is a loved one unable to keep up with the demands of caring for their residence? Would pet sitting services, carpet cleaning or home checks be something you could use for yourself or a loved one?
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It’s summer! The time of year where we get to relax, spend more time outdoors and enjoy all that the warm weather brings.
The unfortunate reality for many of our senior family members and friends is that heat can be devastating, and sometimes fatal.
To ensure your loved ones are
This is a question that you may be asking yourself. It may also be a question that your family may be asking too.
There is no doubt that coming to the decision that “it’s time” is a very difficult one. Wanting to stay in a home that we have lived