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Just two sisters talking to each other about life and random things. We are just enjoying each other’s company.
Hannah explains how COVID changed her outlook on life and how it effected her and her family.
I told Tilsa the broad outline of my diagnosis with stage 2 thyroid cancer and she was like " Congratulations. GO DIE."
In this interview, I talk to my grandmother about issues within the Black community surrounding mental health as well as the current pandemic.
I interview my grandmother about the pandemic were living in (COVID-19), Racism in the late 1940s and mental health arising in this pandemic.
Stockton University student, Kelly, interviews Michael, who is in recovery from addiction.
I expand on my takeaways from my life history/medical interview with my mother.
In this interview, Morgan Caldwell age 20 discussed with my father Robert Caldwell age 66 about his experience with the Covid-19 pandemic. A lot was discussed from family relationships to mental health throughout the past year.
My best friend of many years talk about the struggle she went through and had to exprience when we were just adolescent . To now being college student and still managing life itself . This is her story and a...
This is Part 2 of the Three Generations of Dreamers conversation with Aimee J, Salin Geevarghese, and his son Sanjay. The most poignant moment is at the end when Sanjay speaks about the impact of his grandfather's Alzheimer's on himself.
Interviewed my oldest brother Jose Avalos. Him and I were always the odd ones out of the family so we naturally have a bond.
Nash Alamgir (16) and Onyx Alamgir (21) and discuss her childhood and adolescence. She touches on subjects of mental health and how it was negatively affected with the American education system. Through classic stories of her teenage years, Onyx discusses...
Stu discusses how he got to Provincetown, how the whole-health approach of the drop-in center affected his approach to health care and role as a mental health administrator at Harlem Hospital, and why the drop-in center was a special place.
I interview my grandmother, a three-time-cancer survivor in remission, about her struggle with cancer, life philosophy, and her faith in God.
Follow up to talk about Diego's experience with mental health
We talk about our feelings about performing arts, specifically dance and other life experiences and opinions.
Lisbeth Coiman answers questions about her book, in which she tells her story as an immigrant afflicted by a serious mental condition.
Living a life with chronic illness as a wife and mother is a complex situation that requires complex solutions. Building a team is a key component to thriving in a system that's ill-equipped to bring real solutions to the real...
After living through a pandemic since March 2020, five people share their unique experiences and how the COVID-19 outbreak has affected their lifestyle, mental health, physical health, views, etc. Recorded on August 29, 2020
Discussing the importance of developing services for children with mental health concerns as a part of a pediatric health system.
My older sister and I discuss her career and how it has been altered by the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about the increased safety measures, heightened monitoring of patients, and more changes in healthcare in this interview.
Meg Kissinger recounts her influences to become a journalist and her reporting on mental illness.