Carson City has a new local radio show

Hosted by Kitty McKay and Ken Farley My Soul University Radio Hour airs on KNVC 95.1, Carson City’s Community Radio station at 5 p.m. Sunday.

Hosted by Kitty McKay and Ken Farley My Soul University Radio Hour airs on KNVC 95.1, Carson City’s Community Radio station at 5 p.m. Sunday.

My Soul University Radio Hour airs on KNVC 95.1, Carson City’s Community Radio station, at 5 p.m. every Sunday.
Hosted by Kitty McKay and Ken Farley, the show is all about making sense of life’s struggles, plugging into your untapped inner resources and feeling growing contentment, according to a news release.
“Life is hard,” says Kitty McKay, “Just about everyone suffers some anxiety, loneliness or just being out of sorts. This last year hasn’t made things any easier. Instead of sweeping struggles under the rug and dealing with things alone, people are seeking a safe place to honestly explore the tough stuff, and be shown tools for re-framing life into unexpected silver linings.”
McKay is quick to point out that while the show is about making peace with life’s challenges, the tone is uplifting, lively and smart. “A recent guest on our show, Joni, described how her devastating stage 4 cancer diagnosis became a catalyst for truly falling in love with her life, on her terms, for the first time. We don’t focus on the ‘why me’ but rather the ‘what now’ for finding a path forward.”
McKay triumphed over enormous tragedy using the inner strength she never knew she had. She now uses what she learned to help others overcome their own struggles.
Moderator Ken Farley, who recently had his own wake-up call, knows a show like this is needed. “It seems like daily life is only getting more complicated. I hope we can help in small ways to get a message out there and share stories of amazing people. If we can help just one person through a tough time then it's all worth it.”
The weekly topics will vary, but the show will often include call-ins, special guests, relatable anecdotes, helpful take-aways and even a few bad jokes.
“I hope MSU opens doors for someone who needs to reframe whatever struggles they may be going through,” Farley says. “Maybe we can help someone gain a new perspective, hope, or appreciation for the life we have been gifted.”
McKay and Farley hope the show helps listeners gain confidence and use life’s obstacles to boost their inner strength.
My Soul University airs Sundays at 5 p.m. on KNVC 95.1 FM, and is available as a live or recorded stream at www.knvc.org. To learn more about Kitty McKay visit www.kittymckay.com and follow My Soul University Radio Hour on Facebook.

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