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Varun Gopinath (29) interviews his father-in-law, Brian Sullivan (56), who speaks about his own life and the lessons he learned along the way.
One Small Step conversation partners Emmett Hohensee (36) and Dane Winkler (40) discuss illness, losing loved ones over politics, anger, travel and what they've learned recently through their studies and local community spots.
Teriyana Morton (28) interviews new friend and StoryCorps conversation partner Katrina "Katt" Jeanne (40) about her experience discovering that the man who raised her was not her biological father, learning about her genetic and ethnic makeup, and getting to know...
Helene Van Menen [no age given] and her grandchildren Juniper Stulb [no age given] and Scarlett Stub [no age given] discuss Juniper and Scarlett’s father having cancer, their childhood, the COVID-19 pandemic, and their future career paths.
One Small Step conversation partners Jason Williams (45) and Glen Wong (71) discuss the impact of their upbringing and parents, race, fatherhood, international travel, chronic illness, careers, and interests.
One Small Step partners Jennifer Yox (37) and Pat Keebler (75) have a conversation about titling memoirs, history being written by the victors, and learning to give people the benefit of the doubt.
Sisters-in-law Noelle Kempton (38) and Jennifer Kempton (34) share with each other their experiences of pain, both emotionally and physically. Jennifer talks about her chronic illness and its limitations on her life, and Noelle shares about being a military spouse...
Friends Kirin Makker (49) and Sejal Shah (48) share a conversation about how they met, how their lives overlapped in different ways before meeting, about race and identity, and about living with chronic and invisible illness.
Kathryn is a student at Capital University. Even though she is 20, she has lived a full life ranging from being a college to having a super rare disease.
We dive into living life with a chronic illness and how much more there is to it than what you can see.
In this interview Kate shares her story of how mitochondrial disease has affected her family and herself. Her wise words are lined with beauty and sorrow as she faces the end of her life on Earth.
Spouses, Sarah Alfano (33) and Michael "Mike" Alfano (37), discuss the joys, challenges, and fulfillment that came with navigating their first year of parenthood during the COVID-19 pandemic. They also share their hopes and dreams for their daughter, Siena.
Morgan and Diane Leavitt discuss their roles as caregivers of a loved one, the concept and value of palliative care, and the origins of the StewARTworks Foundation.
Debbie King (42) shares a conversation with her friend, El Campbell (31), about gender fluidity, coming out, community, capitalism, and living with a chronic illness.
Living a life with chronic illness as a wife and mother is a complex situation that requires complex solutions. Building a team is a key component to thriving in a system that's ill-equipped to bring real solutions to the real...
Madie Lake (21) talks with her little brother, Ben Lake (19) about what it was like for him growing up chronically ill.
Charlotte speaks about dealing with chronic illness and how she is working to help others who are dealing with similar issues feel less alone