Preserving Our Legacy

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The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge. Bertrand Russell

2016-10-27-3I am often inspired by family caregivers who share their story; I find story sharing to be healing.  One of the reasons I started to blog about our Caregiving experience was to have an outlet to share our story.   When we share our story, there is a sense of relief that you have been heard, that your experience might be of help to someone.

Mike Stith from One Legacy has a passion for sharing inspirational stories.  Mike has helped families preserve their family legacy through story telling that he captures in a variety of ways.    Mike believes that in sharing stories, On Legacy is adding a special piece of history for future generations.  I think he is right on target with that assessment.

I did not have the opportunity to meet three of my four grandparents, however I do remember my five older siblings talking about all four of our grandparents with fond memories.  How I wish we would have been able to capture my grandparents legacy so that I would have had a better sense of my grandparents.  One Legacy is preserving family stories for future generations in a way will capture the hearts of future family generations.

Don’t just take it from me, listen in and learn how Mike Stith from One Legacy is creating Healing Ties all around us!

To learn more about One Legacy visit them on-line at

You can reach Mike Stith via email at   Twitter  Facebook

Chris MacLellan is the author of “What’s The Deal with Caregiving” and the Host of  Healing Ties Radio


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  1. Abby Kass on October 27, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Happy to know about you and your book. Being a caregiver for my husband, who had ALS, at the same time as I was caring for my dad, who was elderly with cancer, has changed my life. I was isolated and didn’t realize the power of social media for support. Now I blog about my experience with the hope that my experience and perspective will help, and promote dialogue with, other current and former caregivers. Thank you for your insights and resources!

  2. Christopher MacLellan on October 28, 2016 at 7:16 pm

    Hello Abby, Thanks for your kind words and for sharing your story. Blogging has been therapeutic for me and one of the best benefits of blogging is the opportunity to meet like minded people like you! As you have come to learn, there a so many wonderful and supporting people on the internet. Let me know if you would like to be a guest on my podcast. Looking forward to visiting with you!