14-year-old triplets Leo, Nick and Steven Argel tell Ollie Cantos about growing up.
Barbara Amaya tells her daughter, Bianca Belteton, about falling into the hands of sex traffickers as a 12-year-old runaway.
Two stories about teachers who went beyond the classroom to help their kids.
John Hunter talks with two former students about what they learned playing the World Peace Game, which he created.
Earl Reynolds Jr. tells his daughter, Ashley, about meeting James Brown at his father's barbershop in Roanoke, Virginia.
"A Staff Sergeant went through my cell phone and saw some of the text messages that I had to my boyfriend."
Kendall Bailey (R) talks to his friend Don Davis (L) about his dismissal from the U.S. Marines under the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" policy.
MJ Seide talks to her granddaughter Genna Alperin about falling in love with her partner, Genna's biological grandmother.
Lisa Ray remembers her father, Lenoir Ray.
Gregg Korbon and his wife, Kathryn, talk about how a baseball field came to be named after their son, Brian.
Lillian Howell, 89, tells her son Thomas about moving from Ohio to Virginia during the Great Depression.
Clayton Hall Jr. tells his daughter, Breana, about his first day as a cadet at the Virginia Military Institute.
Eileen Tarr and her sister Ellen Hess remember their father leaving for the Vietnam War.
Thom and Karen Horsey remember their daughter, Liddy, who had Cornelia de Lange Syndrome. Liddy died from an illness unrelated to CdLS.
Carol Harllee interviews her father, Robert.
David Heins to his father, John.