David Kaczynski describes the ethical dilemma he faced after suspecting his older brother Ted was the Unabomber. He attributes family support, trust, and the shared process of ethical decision-making (with his wife and mother) with helping him grow through it.
Wendy Sefcik talks about losing her teenage son to suicide and growing through it with the support of family, friends, and community; by learning about suicide risk in youth and teens; and “Remembering T.J.”…by raising awareness for mental health.
Jacy Good, founder of Hang Up and Drive, describes losing her parents and becoming partially paralyzed as the result of a car accident with a distracted driver. Good says that each time you get into a car, you can be smarter and kinder by putting down your phone.
Fay Malkin describes surviving the Holocaust through the kindness of a Polish woman and her daughter who hid her family. She also lived, miraculously, after being deliberately poisoned in order to silence her crying during their hiding.