“Give Them Grace”

This interview is about getting to know a friends occupation and how she works and helps adopted children (specifically those with trauma in their life) and their family.

Reflections on shared journalism trauma

Janet Brindle Reddick joined the Orlando Sentinel the week of three tragic major national news events. She’s taking some time off to heal, and discusses the aspects of identifying as a journalist while not necessarily in the newsroom with Nicole...

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One family, many different cultures.

A grandmother and granddaughter have a conversasion about their cultures and the way their family members grew up. They share stories and memories about their childhood and how they came to be who they are

A New Couple Gets Vulnerable

A new couple talks about who they admire, regrets, high school, worst dates, family trauma, advice to young people, and ask each other rapid fire questions.

Rosalie Kenward talks with her father, Mark Kenward about his childhood, their family, and life before she was born.

The interview is conducted by Rosalie Kenward (17) with her father Mark Kenward (50). It was recorded in Oakland, California in November 2017. They discuss childhood, moving, family dynamics, the divorce of his parents and the lessons learned from traumatic...

Angela tells her life story, from having an above average intelligence to a devastating brain injury.

Angela was born with an above average intelligence, reading her first novel by age five, beginning college at eight, and receiving her doctorate by 18. After a 25-year career in the military, she experienced various explosions, one of which, in...

Ms. Douglas’s child birth traumas

In this interview, conducted in November 17th , 2017, in Lincoln Park High School, Chicago, Illinois, Biljana Tanceva (16) interviews her Law teacher Miss Douglas (53) about her childhood and the beginning of her adulthood. Miss Douglas shares her story...

PTSD and Me: How Poetry saved me from Suicide

Erika Land and Aissatou Sidime-Blanton discuss that PTSD the Erika suffered as part of her U.S. military service as a pharmacy technician and how poetry, and producing her one-woman play (“PTSD and Me/At ease. Not today PTSD.”), has helped her...