A bi-weekly podcast where a guest explores nostalgic memories and gets in touch with a sense of newness and curiosity captured from their youth. It's a memory poem and mood piece featuring a different guest every week from a different background.
info_outline S02 E03: Jay 06/24/2020
S02 E03: Jay In this episode Jay recollects growing up in Northern California and dealing with the hardships of living without a nurturing family. With an absent mother and a strung out father Jay recounts his difficult upbringing and comes to terms with his past.
info_outline S02 E02: Bianca Wulwick 06/10/2020
S02 E02: Bianca Wulwick In this episode Bianca Wulwick discusses growing up in Colorado, where she navigated fitting in and finding friends. She also explores her difficulties in her teenage years with depression and sexual assault, realizing the power in her truth and her story. You can check out Bianca's podcast Please Don't Kick Me Out at: anchor.fm/please-dont-kick-me-out
info_outline S02 E01: Remington Chase 05/27/2020
S02 E01: Remington Chase On the Season 2 Premiere Remington discusses growing up in Salt Lake City, UT, living with an abusive father, having big dreams and the importance of Supportive Friends among other things. Remington Co-Hosts a podcast called Anime Out of Context you can visit his website at www.animeoutofcontext.podbean.com
info_outline S01 E07: Sean Preston 03/09/2020
S01 E07: Sean Preston On this episode I got to spend time with Sean Preston who discusses his time growing up in Nashville, TN as part of a Jewish community. Sean explored different forms or expression through drugs, music & subculture before finding his path. Sean currently lives in Los Angeles and is an Executive Producer & Director. He hosts a Podcast called Friends of the Friend which you can check out at www.freindsofthefriend.com
info_outline s01 e02: Carl Chao 12/20/2019
s01 e02: Carl Chao On this episode I spend some time with a friend I met in an acting studio in Los Angeles who grew up in China. He discusses how he navigated through his shyness throughout his adolescence to ultimately become more comfortable and extroverted.