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About Us

We are the same as you.  For real. For who are we without our job titles, education, religion, homes, cars, bank accounts, gender, sexuality, age, health conditions, marital status, parental status, skin color, cultural identity, our…the list goes on and on. Without these, we are like everybody else…a soul and a body thrust into human experiences over which we have little control. We’ve known happiness, sadness, fear, and anger just like you. So, what makes us different? We are open and honest and we love humor. We like to tell stories and listen to them and we want to get to know you.

About the Hosts

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Jeremiah Barrett

College Student

My friends and family tell me that I’m creative, athletic and funny. I enjoy exploring new ideas. Even though I have a learning disability, I am taking colleges classes. I was not aware that I had dyslexia until a few weeks before my high school graduation. Despite this fact, I still take on difficult challenges and always put my best foot forward. In my spare time, I love watching NBA games, creating music, and taking pictures of both nature and the city. Two things about me that many people don’t know...I ran a student council in high school and I love to listen to self-improvement and spiritual podcasts.

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Andrea Goodrich

Orton-Gillingham Certified Special Education Teacher & Tutor

My friends say I am a bit wacky, super curious and a great writer. I’m a middle-aged, newly married, empty-nester living with two grumpy old dogs, a fish and more house plants than shoes. Despite having grown up with undiagnosed learning challenges, severe and chronic migraine headaches and anxiety, I managed to get through school and even went on to earn a Master’s Degree in special education. I enjoy teaching and learning, photography, nature and yoga. Two little known facts about me…I played the bassoon for a short time in high school and cleaned the toilets at a Greenwich Truck Stop with a cleaning crew of adults with developmental disorders.