Doug is a thinker, a philosopher, and a traveler. He has over 20 years of teaching experience in Korea, Spain, India, and Costa Rica. He has also worked as a freelance Spanish teacher. In December 2018, he was diagnosed with giloblastoma, the most aggressive type of brain cancer. He joins
Barbara has traveled and played gigs in rock bands for as long as she can remember. She has rescued and held a bald eagle. She has driven more than 6,500 people in her car.
Erin shares how she and her wife decided who would conceive their child, talks about the unexpected surprise when they found out they were carrying twins, and tells us why she chose to become a surrogate for her best friend.
Beth Gobeil opens up about what it was like to almost lose her son, Donovan, to CF, talks about how she moved through anxiety and grief through the unknown, and shares how writing became a way to not only share Donovan’s story, but to heal from the pain and uncertainty.