Lainie has been living with the symptoms of epilepsy for 30 years and it's been a journey. From hiding the symptoms and not telling a soul, to being found out, diagnosis, and living with the debilitating side effects of medication, to rejection of the medical system and then eventually finding a balance. We can all learn from Lainie's story.
Obi and I went over what it means to be a member of a tribe, the importance of family in Nigeria, what it's like to live in the U.K. after growing up in such a different culture and lots more.
I talked with Iranian woman Saba about the Iranian people, their culture, and the disconnect that exists between many of them and their government. We talked about how it feels to be arrested for wearing indecent clothing as a woman and I asked her how she feels about the West given events like the 1953 U.K. and U.S.A. orchestrated coup to overthrow the democratically elected Prime Minister in the name of oil.