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son interivews his mom about how she single-handedly raised her three sons once her husband got very ill. until then she’d always been dependent on her husband. very nice interivew.
Andre and Lynne Davidson remember Andre's late father, Lynne's husband.
Helene Broomer speaks with daughter, Rachelle Broomer, about the experiences that have informed her life, including being a child of a Holocaust survivor, surviving breast cancer and being an agoraphobic.
Gaile Edrozo (36) and her colleague Victoria Johnson (26) talk about mental health, working in healthcare, and GE's experience with depression. GE shares her mental health journey—from a conservative upbringing to seeking therapy—and shares advice on taking care of oneself.
Carrie Gonzales, 39, tells her husband Brett Gonzales, 37, about overcoming her addiction to painkillers.
Dale Hutchens, 53, interviews his father Eugune Hutchens, 80, about his life, his abiding interest in radio and his experiences growing up in a poor, sharecropping family
Ishmael Jihan (60), by his social worker and friend Abby Lamb (29) about his life growing up in Chicago and his involvement in the Black Panthers as well as his political views now.
A woman interviews her mother-in-law about her life. One theme that crops up is the storytellers’ difficulty coping with increasing memory loss.
Deborah Ranniger (58) talks to SC Facilitator Virginia Lora (26) about her dad Leonard Cornell who passed away 5 years ago of Alzheimers. She tells the story her dad would tell over and over again about going to the 1929...
Donna Lancaster, 78, is interviewed by friend Mindy Reed, 54. Dorothy was born without knee or hip joints and speaks about how her parents raised her to make her own choices and how she overcame the challenges she face in...
Joan Ruskin, 85, talks to her daughter Susan Steinhauer, , about life after her heart attack and what she now considers important in life.
Deborah Davidson (68) sits down with her friend Patricia Thomas Ivery (63) to ask about Patricia's childhood, the wisdom that she has gained throughout her life, and the dreams that she still hopes to achieve.
Adrienne M. Wilson (26) interviews her client Stephanie Joseph (53) about her early life, learning to cope with her mental illnesses, coming out as lesbian, and her life today as an accountant.
Mentor Davi Kallman (33) interviews her friend and mentee, Jose Riera (51) after how his life has been impacted by a traumatic brain injury.
John tells his wife, Amy, about growing up with a stutter.
Friends Lupita Carrasco (46) and K8e Orr (40) share a conversation about their experiences caring for their mentally ill mothers and making art as a way to heal from these relationships.
One Small Step partners April Greenan (60) and Jonathan Burnett (50) discuss living with Bipolar I Disorder, their faith journeys, and why people on the right feel "ridiculed" by people on the left.
Barbara Interviewed Her Husband Robert to talk about his experience after being hipnotized
David Goldberger (84) was interviewed by Paul VanDeCarr (41) to talk about his wife Helen Rotenberg Goldberger who passed away and suffers the Holocaust
Chad Haatvedt interviews his father Albin Dahlgren about the chronology of his life.
Tahir Mansour (74) is interviewed by his granddaughter Leyla Mansour-Cole (21) about his family’s life in Palestine as a child and his journey to the US to pursue a college education.
Jeanette Remak talks about her sister Mary Remak, who was a victim of the 1993 World Trade Center Attack.
Michael Devereux (63) and his wife Lane Gustafson Devereux (60) talk about their marriage of almost 35 years, their adopted children from their marriage and previous marriages, and reflections on parenting, marriage, and life.
Robert (aka Bob, 49) and daughter Esther (aka S., 14) talk about sexuality, death, and their fears.