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The person I am interviewing has not experienced a mental illness.
My grandma mother and I talked about what she knows and what she didn’t know about mental illness.
This interview expresses the importance of adoption and the rewarding experience as it relays to Adoption Awareness for November.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Linda Love Mesler, whose family has roots in rural Iowa for hundreds of years, talks about her global childhood, from New York to Cambodia. After becoming a technology lawyer, she settled in Andover and is...
I talked with my friend who had a grandparent who had Alzheimer’s
We dive into living life with a chronic illness and how much more there is to it than what you can see.
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.
In this short interview, we discussed the knowledge and stigma around mental illness.
Friends Dana Farmer (68) and Rob Nixon (70) talk about their friendship, the AIDS epidemic, and their advocacy work for the LGBTQ community.
In this July 2021 conversation, Katherine Chon in Washington, DC interviews her colleague Cynthia Cabot in Guam, "where America's day begins." Cynthia recollects early family influences of accompanying her parents in their education, public safety, and other community service and...
Discussion over her not having an experience with mental illness.
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.
In this interview we spoke with a woman who suffered from depression and how she seeked treatment.
Gabriel Garrett (28) and Hilary Turner (33) share a conversation about how they first met, their experiences traveling, their family, and Hilary’s run for congress.
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.
In this episode I sit down to talk with Joe Stone, director of mission at Teton Adaptive and a C7 partial quadriplegic and Pierre Bergman a T7 paraplegic about their experiences with ableism. I also talk to Lyndsay Rowan who...
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...
My interviewee said that my family would not believe that they had a Mental Illness and and wouldn’t react as to being very supportive and comforting. Secondly, they said they would not be treated differently because of the illness because...
My brother held many strong thoughts on the topic of Mental Illness. Also, more thoughts than I would have ever imagined actually. In school he encounters individuals with mental Illnesses and he is able to accept them for who they...
Ro Kearney and her son Jack talk about what their lives are like with his Tourette Syndrome diagnosis.