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Sara Ward and Valerie Akerson

Valerie Akerson (46) interviews her patient Sara Ward (34) about her journey as a mother of a child with medical difficulties. They talk about the importance of seeking out mental health support.

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David Nadri and Behnaz Sadr

Spouses, David Nadri (57) and Behnaz Sadr (55), share the story of how they left their homes in Iran, moved to Turkey, and later settled in the United States due to religious persecution. They also talk about their daughter, Shadi,...

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Shannon Waters and William Neiheisel

One Small Step conversation partners Shannon Waters (53) and William "Bill" Neiheisel (68) discuss faith, their views on behavior and psychology and moving our country forward through love and kindness.

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Jessica Bauman and Alicia Murie

One Small Step conversation partners Jessica Bauman (56) and Alicia Murie (40) have a conversation about their lives and beliefs. They find common ground despite their different backgrounds and views.

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Marci Howard and David Carson

One Small Step conversation partners Marci Howard (72) and David Carson (59) come together and discuss their feelings and beliefs around different topics, including LGBT issues and the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Sam Bigelow and Edward Bigelow

Edward "Ned" Bigelow (74) and his son, Sam Bigelow (43), talk about their careers as college counselors and share stories of students that left a lasting impact on them.

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Debra Lombardozzi and Patricia Hansen

Debra Lombardozzi (67) interviews her friend Patricia "Patti" Hansen (64) about the loss of her two children, how she coped with grief, and how she tries to help others today.

FYS Interview about the theme of Counseling and Yoga with Allison Williamson by Sophia Morrison

I interviewed Allison Williamson for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Franks Sesno’s book...

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Liz Delany and Stephanie Appleby

Friends and colleagues Liz Delany (58) and Stephanie Appleby (47) share a conversation about their personal experiences with depression and anxiety, as well as their work to address the stigma that surrounds mental illness.

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Meryl Selig and Nancy Zucconi

Meryl Selig (67) and Nancy Zucconi (63) talked about their friendship through the lens of Meryl's two cancer diagnoses. Meryl shared some of the profound life changes that followed her cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Me, My Grandpa And The Detroit Tigers

This is a touching story about Bill Fundaro as he talks about his life through the years. The main topic is his family and his many jobs he has had throughout his life. He is currently celebrating his 50th consecutive...

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Lawrence Meisel and Chris Krieger

One Small Step conversation partners Lawrence Meisel (71) and Chris Krieger (53) have a wide-ranging conversation about their lives and beliefs, finding connection despite initial political differences.

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Adrianna Benson and Phoebe Wagner

One Small Step conversation partners Adrianna Benson (51) and Phoebe Wagner (68) discuss labels, assumptions and mental health. They talk about seeing what's inside a person, rather than putting people in "boxes".

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Mike Harper and Jane Byrnes

One Small Step conversation partners Jane Byrnes [no age given] and Mike Harper (56) discuss their careers as educators, what "family" means, and the importance of same-sex friendships.

The Life and Wisdom of Shawn Stover

Shawn Stover is the much-admired and respected Reentry Coordinator at Ohio Means Jobs of Athens County. He tells his life story, discusses his work with people leaving prison, and shares words of wisdom.

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Sanona Williams and Jenny Clark

One Small Step partners Sanona Williams (53) and Jenny Clark (47) discuss presumptions people make about them based on race and location, the pressure to choose a political side, seeing versus not seeing race, parenting children with versus without special...