Over the last two years of making Blink of an Eye, Louise has interviewed over 70 people and counting — many of them family members and friends both close and far. In this last bonus episode of our break between seasons, you will hear from a few of Louise’s family members and friends about how Archer’s accident ricocheted out into the family and community, impacting not only the groups but each individual member. In their own voices, they explain how Archer’s incident influenced everything from their career paths to the ways they think about life. Hear about the family ties that were strengthened and challenged in this week’s bonus episode. We hope this episode helps you normalize the impact we all have on the family systems that we are all part of, individually and collectively. We are all so interconnected.
In this episode, you’ll hear the voices of:
Paula Senft Easton
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Our theme music is Victoria Vox. Music in this episode is:
Background Sentimental Piano And Cello by MusicLFiles
Immersed by Kevin MacLeod
Calm Contemplative Piano by MusicLFiles
Calm Reflective Piano by MusicLFiles
Lonely Fish by Sascha Ende®
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To see some of Archer’s artwork, check out www.slimeyard.com.
Blink of an Eye Podcast is sponsored by I C THAT — The Integrative Center for Trauma Healing, Advocacy and Transformation: a non-profit created as a national resource to help change the way we respond to Spinal Cord Injury to include trauma healing approaches for families and medical teams across the U.S. I C THAT provides a National pool of SCI specialized Radiologists for second opinions in the first hours of crisis, A Multidisciplinary Family Support and Advocacy Team for SCI families for the first 30 days of crisis, and a National Registry of Medically Unexpected SCI Recoveries. They will also host the inaugural conference The Science of Trauma: Hope for Trauma Healing. To donate and find out more, visit www.ICTHAT.org.