Ashley Caron On Death


Ashley Caron! Ashley is a 36yo Burly human, athlete, and badass mom. I met Ashley through her spouse, Michael, a previous interviewee on the podcast who is equally motivated and inspirational. During this conversation, we discuss the challenges of motherhood at 26 versus 36, the early death of her uncle, and why she wants desserts on her deathbed.

I hope you enjoy! 🙂

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On demanding conversations (or the beginning of Hospice and Palliative Medicine)

With my time on the adolescent unit and interviewing folks for my podcast, I have a suite of skills that roughly translates over to the palliative consult service. The conversations are very similar in tone, depth, and length. The difference lies in intent and goal.

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On the tumble of life (Or Child/Adolescent Psych: a post-mortem)

Despite my cushy hours on the adolescent psych floor, my life has been filled with activity and motion. I submitted residency applications halfway through this rotation, I have met weekly with my study team to move forward on my Capstone Research project, I have emotionally invested myself in my patients, and I have charged forward on the podcast.

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John Foley On Death


John Foley! John is a 29yo athlete, brother, and lover. I met John the first weeks of freshman year at Tufts University, over a decade ago, and we have been close friends ever since. During this conversation, we discuss his combative relationship with religion, the roast of his grandmother at her funeral, and why he is learning statistics on his commute to work.

I hope you enjoy! 🙂

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