This week Nora wants you to listen to an amazing podcast called Forever35. Kate Spencer and Doree Shafrir talk about self-care and how to get some in their (and your) lives. On this episode, they also talk to an up-and-comer named Nora McInerny. Nora talks about dealing with tragedy, how to actually help people who […]
Matt’s wife died a decade ago. Now, everywhere he goes on the internet, he can’t escape advertisements for clickbait sites with her picture on it. This week, Super Tech Support tries to help out. Further reading: Matt’s non-profit: The Liz Logelin Foundation
Stories from our parents and grandparents are a sort of intergenerational game of telephone – even the ones we think we know for sure change as they are told and retold. Check out our sponsors: Talkspace — talkspace.com/ttfa with promo code TTFA Blue Apron — blueapron.com/thanks Brooklinen — brooklinen.com with promo code THANKS Here are […]
Life as a 20-something guy with stage IV lung cancer, including some very important life advice regarding travel. Check out our sponsors: Talkspace – promo code TTFA FabFitFun – promo code TERRIBLE Children’s Cancer Research Fund
The punishment is supposed to fit the crime. But sometimes, when the sentence is served, the punishment is far from over. Check out our sponsors this week: Children’s Cancer Fund — childrenscancer.org/ttfa Ritual – ritual.com/thanks Molekule — molekule.com with promo code THANKS
This is a story about a dad who is sometimes a stranger, often a mystery, and always loved anyways. Check out our sponsors this week: Talkspace — talkspace.com/ttfa with promo code TTFA Brooklinen — brooklinen.com with promo code THANKS RXBar — rxbar.com/thanks with promo code THANKS
Lesly is a mother of three and a three-time cancer haver (there may be a more medical term for that) living on borrowed time. When the treatment you need is out of your reach, what the heck do you do? Check out our sponsors this week: Talkspace.com/ttfa with promo code TTFA Childrenscancer.org/ttfa Blueapron.com/thanks Fabfitfun.com with […]
Captain Rosemarie Chapman flies airplanes for the Air Force. She met her boyfriend, a fellow soldier, and fell deeply in love. But a deployment to Afghanistan ends their relationship abruptly. And soon, Rosemarie is faced with meeting his family in an unexpected circumstance. Sponsors: Children’s Cancer Research Fund – childrenscancer.org/ttfa Nutrafol – nutrafol.com Talkspace – […]
Chris was brought up to be positive. And to get on with it no matter what. But getting on with it isn’t always so easy when others won’t make room for you to be a full person.
Sometimes a person’s absence can become a presence. A dark, unspoken void that can suck you right in if you don’t address it.
What’s worse: keeping the people you love at a distance, or showing them your true colors and losing them forever? Patricia doesn’t want to find out.
Chelsey and Kevin are parents, public servants, and two people just trying to make sense of the absolutely senseless. If this is God’s plan, I have a word or two for God.
It’s not just a hashtag. Transformation is inevitable (and not always a choice). But nothing transforms us more than love.
On the eve of Kelli’s 25th birthday, she found herself running for her life in a dystopian nightmare. It was supposed to be an incredible weekend to celebrate the dawn of a new phase of her life. Instead, it was the deadliest mass shooting (so far) in America.
Charlotte’s career is built on organized chaos. As an Operating Room nurse, she has a protocol for every tragedy, a THEN for every IF. Until one night, when she takes a new route home, and everything changes.
The INTERNET never forgets (dang it).
There’s a thin line between life and death. Between what’s here — now — and what was. Between what’s here — now — and what will be. Taz Ahmed knows about that line. In a dark house in Kathmandu, she and her aging grandfather toe up to it to look for her mother.
Sometimes, it all just falls into place. For Megan and Clark, a one-week span showed how things can work out perfectly to create the best days of your life… and the worst.
When the world breaks everything, when everything is The Absolute Worst, you’re lucky if you have people to lean on. You’re even luckier if they’re your siblings. Meet Alex, David and Liza Achilli. Which… I really wanted to call this episode The Achilli’s Heal, but I just… I couldn’t do it. Or could I?
At 32 weeks pregnant, Cat and Jim find themselves planning for their son’s death while hoping for his birth. This is a story of a life and a death, extraordinary in every way.
TTFA is live from the historic Fitzgerald Theater in downtown St. Paul, MN! Featuring conversation with writer/rapper/entrepreneur Dessa, who took to science to overcome a bad love. And with comedian Alyssa Limperis, whose father died of glioblastoma. So funny! Plus, music from the amazing composer of our theme song, Geoffrey Wilson.
Lauren’s brother died at Thanksgiving. And her mother at Christmas. So… this time of year it’s not all Ho Ho Ho for her. Or for a lot of other people. Because the Holidays can really and truly suck for some. So we’re back with our second annual Holiday radio extravaganza that will once again bedazzle […]
Malena is 10 years old, and she worries a lot. About her grades. About her procrastination. About her dad. Especially about her dad. Kids are the best. They’re smart and funny and deeply empathetic. And they – and their thoughts and feelings – deserve to be taken seriously. Why are we saying this? Because we […]
Amee doesn’t have a dad. But she used to. He was the best. He was the worst. And he claims that he doesn’t remember any of it.
Dead sister. Dead grandma. Dead grandpa. Dead uncle. Dead mom. Dead dad. Dead brother. The list of loss goes on and on for Jaamil, and so does his list of professional accolades and accomplishments as he moves from trauma to post-traumatic enlightenment.