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One Small Step conversation partners Sara Tickel (41) and and Robert A. "Bob" Tuttle (76) talk about drug and alcohol addiction as well as gender and identity issues relating to labels and stereotypes.
Uncle David was a man who loved music till the day he passed. Even when life hit rock bottom, he still chased that dream.
Stockton University student James Strain interviews his father, who lost his mother and uncle to smoking and alcohol use.
Speaker 1 (00:02): Hello, I'm Katerina Gonzales and 'm interviewing someone who is a recovering alcoholic. So, first question, what was the pivotal moment that made you wanna change your life? Speaker 2 (00:16): Uh, to be honest, my life...
Billie talks about her depression. She has dealt with anorexia, substance abuse, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and attempts, and her recovery process.
Amt Interview includes me Shelby Bennett and my mom Crystal Bennett. We discussed her opinions on her parents affect on her development.
My great uncle Ed recalls memories from early childhood during the depression as well as cultural aspects from his Czechoslovakian ancestry.
Jameson O'Neal talks with his mother, Tricia O'Neal, about her mother, Lena Teinila, as well as several other family members. Jameson and Tricia discuss rejection, reconciliation, and how those life lessons come full circle. Lena Teinila's homicide is the only...
[Recorded January 31, 2021] Tim Towslee, 44, and Allison Swingle, 31, participate in a One Small Step conversation via Zoom. They talk about their work in outdoor education, the impact of having a parent pass away, how their political views...