Sister Mary Sean is committed to seeing the good in others, especially those sentenced to life in prison. Join us as we learn about PREP , the program she runs, and the good work she does.
Jeffrey Weiss is a journalist, husband and son who has been told that he has brain cancer and 12-16 months left to live. Despite such bleak news, Mr. Weiss remains happy, positive and determined to make the most of his time. We talk about his ability to see a silver linning and so much more.
This week I chat with Monique and Kenny from San Francisco about their sabatical from the 9to5 in exchange for 4 months of unscheduled bliss, in a van on the road.
Scheereen and Jeanette are back. They take a ridiculous BuzzFeed quiz or two, to figure out just how grown ass they really are.
A young latino man is brought to the United States by his parents at the age of 2.
So often we wonder if people can really change. I always want to say yes, and this time I have proof. Scott Shepherd is a prime example. Scott once was a racist, a former Grand Dragon in the KKK to be exact. Today Scott is a reformed racist and activist, and this is his story out of hate and racism.
How many of us are willing to make a drastic change in our belief system? How many would be willing to do it twice? Join us as we speak to Lynn Wilder to discuss her time with the LDS church, why she entered, why she left and -true to GAK form- a whole lot in between!
Erik Gordon is the owner and operate of Carabiner Coffee. He drives across the country in his VW van making and selling coffee. We wanted to understand how this venture came to be and asked Erik if he would talk with us. Here is our discussion.
This week with chat with Derrick Scott about his difficult youth growing up on the streets, and how it landed him behind bars. Now that he is on the other side of the bars, Derrick is a father, an actor and a wonderful young man. But the journey to his current self, wasn't all that easy. This is Derrick's story...
1 in 5 adults experience mental illness in a given year. This means that there is a good chance that you or someone you know will battle depression, anxiety, etc. in your life time. However, due to the invisible nature of these illnesses, it's not easy to recognize when someone is battling a mental illness. It's a common response to think that someone who is mentally ill is careless, heartless, self involved or wild. So often we see the behaviors, but not the illness. We rarely consider that a mental illness may be at play.