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Teresa Suganski (61) and her daughter, Mary Claire Whelan (25), share a conversation remembering Mary Claire’s father.
One Small Step conversation partners Alexis McClean (68) and Krista Marzewski (53) talk about addiction & recovery; better care for veterans; and how to come together in the midst of an ongoing pandemic.
Stockton University student, Kelly, interviews someone who is in recovery from addiction.
Stockton University student, Lamia Dean, interviews someone who is in recovery from addiction for 29 years.
Friends Timothy Conley (55) and Sean Higginbotham (43) have a conversation about their lives, sobriety, and experiences through recovery center, Victory Mission & Ministry.
One Small Step conversation partners Nick Rocca (34) and Cheyenne Jenvey (45) talk about the loss of their fathers, their childhoods, their faith, and their political views.
One Small Step participants Gayle Bell (63) and Joey Paulos (50) share their experiences with loss, addiction, recovery, and their views on politics.
“Hello my name is Jake Carnevale and this is my father Mick. Alright, First off who was it who used the substance in the family?” “That would be my mother your grandma,” “And what substance was it?” “She was an...
Margaret Lancaster is now a Health Program Coordinator-Peer Navigator and community health worker at Ledge Light Health District in Connecticut and her father Spencer Lancaster is now retired. They talk about their relationship through Margaret's years of substance use and...
Audrey: My name is Audrey Reppert and today I will be interviewing someone who prefers to be kept anonymous. Can you remember how/why you started misusing drugs and/or alcohol? Anonymous: Um, I wasn’t very big into alcohol but I did...
Christopher Bennett shares his life story and words of wisdom for people in reentry from incarceration and addiction recovery.
One Small Step conversation partners Carol Giovacchini (68) and Deanna Calvin (49) talk about the evolution of their political views and the importance of learning about other perspectives.
Wendy and I discuss her life as a teacher who has persevered through addiction and dealing with a disability. She shares how joy and playfulness are integral to her life now, and what has inspired her to become someone who...
One Small Step partners Jonathan Mosher (61) and Karen Johnson (61) talk about the political issues that they are most passionate about.
One Small Step partners Belinda Bruner [no age given] and Cynthia Blair (70) share their experiences with racism in small towns, their careers, their father's influence on their lives, and various other anecdotes.
One Small Step participants Erin Treece [no age given] and Susan Pauley [no age given] discuss their upbringing, moments they have experienced great kindness, how alcoholism has affected them and their families, and what brings them joy.
Lisa Gladwell (62) speaks with her longtime friend Leslie Thorsen (63) about their childhood, what their friendship meant to them, and discuss their work in mental health advocacy and in recovery advocacy.
Herbe "Philip" Tello (42) tells his friend, Hannah Balts-Smith (31), about his early conflicts with self-identity, a decade of struggling through addiction recovery, and his plans to become a nurse.
Rachel just celebrated 3 years of sobriety on February 20th, 2018. Sobriety from alcohol and drugs. However, it's so much more than not going back to alcohol and drugs. The sobriety is a mark of victory in her life. This...
Philip Herzog (25) interviews his coworker Bambie Wurzburger [no age given] about her journey through addiction, recovery, and impact at Cross Lines Distribution Center.
One Small Step partners Faithea Foster (46) and Robert "Bob" Hisel (81) share what they learned from their families and how their upbringings influence their politics.
Brothers Michael Hayes (29) and Matthew Hayes (27) have a conversation about how their relationship has evolved through the difficulties of addiction.
Stockton University student, Rhiannon Pillsbury, interviews someone who is in recovery from Addiction
Stockton University student, Lamia Dean, interviews someone who has been in recovery for 35 years.