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One Small Step conversation partners Anna Hendrickson (63) and James Williams (64) talk about their frustration with the current political climate and partisan politics.
James Dantzler (72) is interviewed by his wife Bobbie Dantzler (71) about his life in the Marines in the height of the Civil Rights Movement, the prejudice he encountered overseas while serving in the Vietnam War, being diagnosed with PTSD,...
Edward "Ed" Strabel (78) is interviewed by his wife, Glynn Strabel (71), particularly surrounding his service in the Vietnam War.
Gina Brewer (52) interviews her spouse Kevin Brewer (48) about his service in the military, what propelled him to later re-enlist, and his decision to leave a wartime Army to go to music school.
One Small Step partners Linda Lewis (62) and Janes Vines (32) discuss their political beliefs, experiences with military PTSD, and media literacy.
Darryl Johnson (75) is interviewed by his friend Mark Pizzo (71) about his experiences serving in Vietnam and also about his life as a teacher.
Catherine "Kate" Scheidt (40) interviews her brother Patrick Zeuschner (36) about his service in the Army including his two deployments, and raising a daughter.
Megan Press (30) interviews her best friend, Samantha "Nacho" May (30), about her experience in the military, what it was like being a woman in a male dominated field, and her transition back to civilian life.
Robert Evans (46) interviews his father John Craig Evans (76) about John's life growing up in Atlanta and his time in the military during the Vietnam War.
Spouses Nikki Webbe-Simmons (45) and Avery Simmons (58) share a conversation about Avery’s time in the Army, PTSD, and how he feels about the Army now.
A discussion on the past experiences of trauma, PTSD and the relationships they’ve affected. Sex , love and dating.
Friends Michael Kerr (77) and John Maltas [no age given] discuss their service during the Vietnam War. Mike talks about being a door gunner in Vietnam and his becoming a Quaker afterward.
One Small Step converastion partners Terry Dawson (66) and Michael Gorin (71) discuss questioning their faith, what "patriotism" means, and how to talk to people with political differences.
Dr. Saloumeh Bozorgzadeh (39) has a conversation with her colleague, Dr. Kimiya Amjadi (54), about how they have mobilized during the pandemic to provide mental health resources for healthcare workers through the Caring for Our Caregivers Initiative.
Sarah Gray, age 47, (Washington DC) blood transfusion recipient, interviews Jack Delaney (61), one of the 10 anonymous strangers who donated 1 of the units of the blood she received during childbirth in 2010. "I'd like to make a new...
Barbara Hester Kurtz (87) talks with her granddaughter Susan Scott Peterson (39) about her relationship with her father during her teenage years and living in Japan during the U.S. occupation following World War II.
Kaia Hillegass (51) is interviewed by her son (18) about a traumatic event during high school.
Chapin Montague (24) asks her conversation partner, Nikolaus "Nik" Guran (49), about his experiences and deployments in the military and his journey to seeking help and encouraging others to seek help for PTSD.
[Recorded: Tuesday, March 21st, 2023] Mark (67) and Luke (33) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mark opened Charlottesville's hallmark running store, Ragged Mountain Running and coaches running for the community. Luke served in the Peace Corps...
One Small Step conversation partners Lani Slonim (70) and Krista Rogerson (56) discuss their political views, childhoods, PTSD, war and abortion.
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Lauren shares with her friend Sara the story of her miscarriage. How the emotional and physical pain she has been through has changed her and the steps she has taken to heal.
Ken Whitehorn (67) and Joe Holsonback (68) talk about their experiences in Vietnam, the impossibility of talking about war among civilians, and dealing with symptoms of PTSD.
Strangers Jeff Fendorf (57) and Dani Bara (52) discuss how politics have affected their personal relationships and the people and events that have influenced their political views.