Roger worked for a cruise ship company. He walked away from the job after a very brief time because he couldn’t sleep. Find out why. This is another in a series of conversations I hosted and produced at Denver-area coffeehouses.
Jennifer’s answer to the question I posed at The Market in Larimer Square was short and sweet. I asked what her therapist told her she should do. Jennifer said forgive everyone, everything. And wait until you hear what Jennifer had to learn to forgive!
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.
Nick doesn’t want to die regretting that he wasn’t as understanding of people as he would like to be, in particular with his girlfriend. This is from a series of conversations I had with folks at The Market, a coffeehouse in Larimer Square, downtown Denver.
Christopher believes in an “infinity cycle,” where you never get out of a loop from one life to the next. What he doesn’t want to die regretting is getting stuck in a loop of misfortune or missed opportunities. This coffeehouse conversation was recorded at The Market in downtown Denver.
From a series of coffeehouse conversations on different themes, this one is “The Moment I First Knew I Was In Love.” For Will, it’s Mariah. They were in a relationship a while ago but it didn’t work out. For Mariah, Will broke her heart. But here’s the catch: they continue to be very close, to the point of threatening the men Mariah is currently dating.
Jeffrey never knew love until about 9 months ago. But now he says he’s found the love of his life as he creates a new life for himself with his partner. This from a series of conversations in Denver-area coffeehouses. The theme: “The Moment I First Knew I Was In Love.”
Lindsey says she and her husband are “very late marrieds.” They met online and she was taken by his photo and his music. But she had to follow up with him after their first date when he was being shy. From a series of conversations I had with folks at The Market in Larimer Square, Denver.
Abby initially thought love was taking care of someone, even if he wasn’t reciprocating. It’s just what you do, she thought. But now she associates love as an action, a verb. Please also see in this set David’s responses, as he and Abby are together now.