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This is an interview with my aunt Carrie. She tells about her life and what she values most
This interview is to explain how i rennet my grandmother Edna.
On this Thanksgiving Listen, I talked to my Aunt Lynda Wright about her childhood and political beliefs.
Mom talking about someone she admired growing up that influenced her
I sat down with my mother to discuss how the topic of death was handled in our family.
This interview is about the loss of Mackenzie grandma Marsha.
Kayla is talking about her fears of dying. She also expresses the love she had for her kindergarten teacher.
We discussed the progression of life, the good and bad, and what is important to Justin.
Growing up, meeting Nancy, Nancy’s death and favorite memories, and life lessons from Grandpa Harry.
People grow up in the modern world with all sorts of new and fancy technology, but how was it like for someone like my father Kevin Morgan who was in his teenager in the 70s and grew up before this...
Grandma Ina Goldberg tells her grandsons Adam and Ian Tardif (through facilitator/mom Amy Tardif) about her life and the grandfather they never met.
Two close friends, since childhood, catch up on Thanksgiving break and discuss the great memories they had with each other. A junior from Egg Harbor Township High School, Katrina Cabinian, interviews her close friend, Maxene Modesto. The interview was conducted...
Asked about my mom’s relationship with her mom who had passed when she was just a sophomore in college. We talked about memories and impacts that her mom made on her life.
I interviewed my grandma about her life. We enjoyed a good conversation, I got to learn new things about her, and we enjoyed some quality time together.
Ashley Todd and guest Julianne Register discuss their own experiences with death and then share thoughts on topics such as what it means to have a "good" death, the importance of advanced care planning, how our perception of death changes...
My mother talked about her life and her childhood. After asking her personal questions about her past, she began to shed tears remembering what she lived through to give us everything. Towards the end of the interview, Both of my...
An interview of a family member talking about death in their life.
We talk about how my friend, Harley, deals with death living in the South.
My friend and current roommate Matt and I sit down to talk discuss the broad theme of death and how our certain views on the topic came to be.