Dimple Dhabalia and Tiffany Gray

One Small Step conversation partners Dimple Dhabalia (47) and Tiffany Gray (43) exchange their lived experiences. They connect on their work in supporting vulnerable populations, and find they have a shared belief in listening to and learning from other people...

"It was a horrible place to be internally and externally, and I certainly didn't feel like I was worthy of getting help" by Lacey Londrigan

Speaker 1: [00:00:00] What was your pivotal moment that made you want to change your life? [00:00:03][3.0] Speaker 2: [00:00:04] I think the moment for me was when I was experiencing homelessness and 2013 I was in Vegas on the...

"I wish he could understand how much he hurt all of us in the family" by Alyssa Leto

Stockton University student Alyssa Leto interviews her mother, whose father suffered from substance use disorder.

"Drugs can affect just about anybody. It doesn't matter what people look like." by Gabrielle Adams

• 0:00 - 0:00 . • 0:01 - 0:04 Who is in relation to you that you have lost to drugs? • 0:04 - 0:05 My uncle. • 0:06 - 0:08 Was it sudden or was there signs of the...

The English Haters
November 29, 2022 App Interview

Welcome to the first episode of The English Haters. In this first episode we talked about classes, idiots, and addiction. Throughout this podcast we will tackle serious topics and even read some Fan fiction occasionally, along with some special guests....

"His addiction helped other members in my family cut back" by Camila Perez

Stockton University student Camila Perez interviews George Juarez who lost his uncle to substance use disorder.

"You want them to get help and they don't want the help" by James Strain

Stockton University student James Strain interviews his father, who lost his mother and uncle to smoking and alcohol use.

"I liked the way I felt when I drank" by Starr Drennen

Stockton University student Starr Drennen interviews someone who had a substance use disorder and is in recovery.

"Because of his addiction, he had the attention on him, so I was kind of on the sideline learning to live on my own" by Isabella Monacchio

Hi my name is Bella and I am interviewing my mother Michele, so who was the person this using drugs in your family? The person using drugs in my family it was my older brother. So how much older was...