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Family, Pt 1: The one you are born with

This episode is part one of a multipart series where I speak about the different types of families that I have had to learn to love, manage, let go, and even discover! Take a listen to this first part... Read More
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This episode is part one of a multipart series where I speak about the different types of families that I have had to learn to love, manage, let go, and even discover!Take a listen to this first part, where I speak with my actual family cousin–Mia Dunlap–discovering more about her, myself, and the Dunlap family.  More about Mia and her story can be found at:[icon... read more ❯
Family, Pt 1: The one you are born with
Published 4/20/2017 in Case Number
It's been over 20 years since I first met my caseworker, Denise Duval Tsioles, PHD—my guest on today's episode.  She worked with me during some pivotable times in not only my life, but also my siblings.Take this trip down memory lane with me to finding out more about me from a different time.Topics discussed:  Siblings, moving from homes, personalities, approaches, struggles, goals... read more ❯
SPECIAL: Flashback
Published 4/6/2017 in Case Number
My records show that I entered State custody in 1984. With some flashes of a home here and there, I can’t remember them well enough to share. I can really only remember back to about the age of six––1986. I remember my first foster home at six years old…first grade. Trash bags as our luggage, my sister and I walked into this home with hopes of a regular warm bed and constant love. Short... read more ❯
Thoughts and Memories of my Foster & Group Homes
Published 3/21/2017 in Case Number