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My wife and I reflected on our life before and during the quarantine, as well as our hopes for life beyond.
We've been married for a full year. What went through your head through it all?
Enid Jackowitz interviews Syd Jackowitz, her husband, and both discuss their process since their son, Michael, came out to them 20 years ago. After attending a weekend workshop together, “The Experience,” Enid and Syd realized, from hearing about young people...
My brother monty opens up to me about some of his memories as a child.
Listen as Walt tells us the story of his life, starting in New Jersey then traveling to Iowa and then landing in Flint Michigan and ending up here at Friendship Village.
Sidney Claire (23) is interviewed by her boyfriend, Enrique (22). They discuss growing up in Chelsea Alabama, faith and mental health counseling.
Coworkers Jamie Meurer [no age given] and Daemond Benjamin [no age given] share their experiences over the last few years as on-track coordinators working with ninth-graders in Hartford, CT.
Martin Blank (72) is interviewed by his friend Jairo Alcantara (17). Martin discusses with Jairo the vast differences between being homosexual when he was young and being homosexual now.
One Small Step conversation partners Tonya Wenger (49) and Paris Lipsey-Coley (49) discuss their children and parenting, meditation for self-care, and how faith informs their points of view.
Siblings Borden Wilson (57) and Clay Wilson (62) discuss childhood memories of growing up in Texas then moving to Florida. They talk about losing their father at a young age, growing closer over the years, taking care of their 93...
Clyde’s childhood and dreams
My interviewee and I talked about what it was like growing up with a mental disorder and how she got through the tough times . The interview was conducted on December 6th, 2020 . My interviewee is a happily married...
Survivor M Storm (49) talks to her therapist, Lauren T (25), about what led her to Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) and why she chooses joy. M gives advice to others who might be in domestic violent situations and talks...
In this interview, I spoke with musical therapist, Jocelyn Fish, about her experiences in her work and her passion for teaching.
Gaile Edrozo (36) and her colleague Victoria Johnson (26) talk about mental health, working in healthcare, and GE's experience with depression. GE shares her mental health journey—from a conservative upbringing to seeking therapy—and shares advice on taking care of oneself.
Maija Earl (61) shares a conversation with her son Erik Sparkowski (25) about his experiences dealing with anxiety and depression throughout middle and high school, and their journey in finding the best way to improve his mental health.
Hearing one woman’s story on how she rebuilt herself after breaking down.
Alena Rogers (39) tells Raj Kumar (37) about her past challenges with homelessness and substance abuse, and how Raj leasing her an apartment helped (in part) get her back on her feet.
Tricialee Friedman (31) talks with her new friend Ava Ahmadbeigi (26) about her family history and personal history with depression and trauma. They talk about the lore surrounding her father's alleged death or disappearance and how that has influenced her...
Mother and daughter Cori Bystrom (29) and Stephanie Cartwright (46) talk about motherhood, mental health, and self-love.
Shanon Dupree (63) and her case manager Lizzie Kazan (27) talk about Shanon's struggle to overcome domestic violence and where she thinks she is headed in the future.
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...
Torrence Salcido and Judy Salcido discuss mental health and Judy's career as a certified therapist.
Colleen Gleason (64) is interviewed by her new friend Eunice Cho (33). CG describes her childhood, the significance of mental health in her life, and her work with children with autism.
This interview details how racial justice advocate Rachel Willis became who she is today as well as the personal and professional battles she faces everyday to create a flourishing legacy for herself and her country.