Megan and Luke are married and have just adopted a baby boy. We talk about how much children should know from their parents and when should they know it. Megan’s friend just had an unplanned pregnancy and had to tell the truth to her teenage children. Luke talks about whether withholding truth from their son someday is the best thing.
Kyle thought it would be fun to pull a prank at the golf course where he worked. Bad idea. But wait until you hear what might have happened that REALLY could have caused problems. From my series of conversations at Denver-area coffeehouses on different themes.
Cristina was in a new job and really missing her mom. She knew that the company had a toll free line. You know what comes next, but there is a poignant part of this story that sneaks up on you. From a series of conversations on losing jobs I recorded at Kaladi Coffee in Denver.
From a series of conversations recorded and produced at The Market in Larimer Square, downtown Denver, I asked Brendan what his therapist said he ought to do. Brendan replied that he’s been on and off marijuana for several months. We talk about the triggers that make him want to smoke weed.
Stacey says her therapist said she should not worry if the kids’ rooms were messy. This was years ago but Stacey’s found that advice helpful throughout her life. From a series of conversations I hosted and produced on different themes, recorded at Denver’s Kaladi Coffee.
My parents’ relationship began through a series of letters they exchanged after first meeting in Florida in 1955. Over the course of 18 months, they wrote nearly a thousand letter while Dad was on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific and Mom was in Florida and Tennessee. They were married in 1957. The audio portrait I produced in 2007 describes how they fell in love through those letters and how they have remaine
Rusty remembers bullying an African American girl in his neighborhood. He knew better, but he says if he didn’t become a bully, someone would come after him instead. It’s the worst thing he ever did. From my Denver interviews, another in this series recorded at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse.
Sebastian was a teenager and his father was disciplining him. The worst thing Sebastian ever did was tell the neighbors his dad was abusing him. They never got a chance to talk about the trouble that caused the family. Recorded at Denver’s St. Mark’s Coffeehouse.
Erin says the worst thing she’s ever done is slap a child. It wasn’t hers. And she was in a foreign country at the time. This is more from the series called “The Worst Thing I Ever Did,” recorded at Kaladi Coffeehouse in Denver.