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Robert “Bob” Noone (74) is interviewed by his son Brendan Noone (41) about his Irish roots, his family history, growing up in the north side of Chicago, and his interest pursuing a career in psychology.
My grandfather describes his work experiences and stories of his children. He also vaguely describes difficulty in his life, and how he overcame it. He also briefly describes his enlistment day
I interviewed Sarah Stevens for my First Year Siminar class at Marshall university. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesnos book...
Steve Patterson shares the story of his life – an inspiring one of service to country and community – as well as reflections on living in and, presently, serving as Mayor of Athens, Ohio.
I interview my mom about questions from her past and parenthood
Recent UNT graduate discusses the culture he was raised in on Texas by his Hispanic parents. He also shares about the prevalence of mental illness in American society.
How trauma can affect different groups of people. What trauma can do to people psychologically.
Lowering the Voting age, potholes in life, identity crises, echo chambers, and more
We discussed her childhood, teaching career, and strong influences that have impacted her life.
One of the first openly gay psychologists in the country, who helped to create the first network of LGBT health professionals and mobilize the gay community during the AIDS crisis.
Talked about my mother’s childhood and what the people in her life meant to her. She talked about how she looks at her life and how its progressed.
We talked about the interviewees past and future and how they reflect on what they’ve experienced. As well as how they wish their future to be.
I trace the beginnings of my education and emergence into the pioneering era of human sexuality university courses and my life as a sex therapist and professor of human sexuality with a few mini tips.
Torrence Salcido and Judy Salcido discuss mental health and Judy’s career as a certified therapist.
Interviewing my boyfriend on his life growing up and events that shaped him into being a great person. What it was like living in Chicago’s suburbs. How childhood can shape a person.
Discussion with my grandmother on her life then & now as a mother, wife, and grandmother.
Shantae Arielle Treadwell asks a friend about her sister and their relationship with one another.
Ernestine shares her story about living on a farm with ostriches and foster kids and dreaming of a new and different life…