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My aunt and I really have a special connection. She has been the one I can always talk to and know she will give me her most honest opinion. During the interview and her sharing details that I had forgot...
Dakari talks about his life and his opinions on this current presidency and in thei interview it is explained the process of becoming a US citizen
Ro Kearney and her son Jack talk about what their lives are like with his Tourette Syndrome diagnosis.
I sat down with Brendan today to talk about his mental Illness. He suffers from depression. After going through all the questions he felt better about opening up to someone after the interview.
I talked with my friend who had a grandparent who had Alzheimer’s
The interview went better than expected and interviewer gained insight on how interviewee saw mental illness
This interview is based upon how the interviewee believes and views mental illness.
Mental illness and how you think it would affect your family.
The person I am interviewing has not experienced a mental illness.
Mental illness is a serious topic and most people have mixed emotions and perspectives towards it. Getting insights from others exposes more viewpoints on the topic.
I was very surprised as to the little amount of information my mother had with mental illness.
In this short interview, we discussed the knowledge and stigma around mental illness.
Discussion over her not having an experience with mental illness.
In this interview we talked about my uncle’s mental illness. He is bipolar. He is able to control himself but knows he is bipolar in certain situations.
This interview is between my dad and I about his view on mental illness for my thanksgiving assignment for my psychology class.
I interviewed my abuelita from my moms side of the family. We spoke on mental illnesses and talked about her perception of it. My mom was translating the questions so she could understand since she doesn’t know much English. The...
My mother had major depression after my father passed away and dealt with it for 5 years or so. She eventually over came the depression after realizing that she needed too.