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This interview was done for my WGS Class. I interviewed my step mother about the stillbirth of her first and only biological child.
I chose to interview Natalie about her experiences with death. We focused on funerals and the differences between her Colombian traditions and what she has seen in America.
I interviewed my mother about her younger brother, who passed away last year. Despite her openness and expressive personality, she never actually spoke to me about how she felt about her brother after he had died a year prior. Wanting...
What it was like to travel as a kid in a moving home, his experiences in the airforce, and raising kids while working extremely hard for his daughters and wife.
Listen to grandpa Chet share his experience with spirituality and positivity. He shares his motivation to help people and how he values Christianity. He also expresses how much family means to him and how spending time with them is vital....
An interview with my sister in law, Jess Charles, about her memories of her grandmother, Ann Reilly.
This is my grandmother recalling what it was like to lose her first-born child and how she has dealt with that.
I talked with a new member of the family and we use this interview so we have a better understanding of who exactly is the man that was just married into the family.
…the story of a transplant living, loving and surviving loss in the OC.
I talk about my first step-mom Kathy and how she influenced me. Pic is of a cup from her.
Lee Floyd is someone who has learned something from his loss. When his father was in bad condition, he realized that he had to change his focus for the better being of his father.
Susan and Darrell Carr in Remembrance of their son, my friend, Justin Carr
Getting to know my dad’s childhood in Spanglish. From San Rafael, a small ranch near Huejucar, Jalisco, Mexico to Southern California and three very American daughters. He talks about life lessons and loss.
Today, I interviewed my mother on her thoughts, views, and perspectives on death and dying. #GSUDeathF19
We discussed Donsheri’s journey in her life. From the early difficulties she faced with her biological family to the time she found her spiritual family, her real family. The time she lost her brother to the jail system and the...
We talked a lot about what her life was growing up and moving, as well as what it was like marrying into a ginormous Italian family. But, the not important part of what we talked about, I think, was what...
What I have learned in this class and the coping I have had losing my mother to suicide.
Discussion of John’s relationship with his siblings and parents. We talked about the death of his father and later on, his mother. Childhood stories and memories and how his sister affected him. His life from the streets to Brookdale. He...