When Jimmy Rhoades was 26-years-old, his father was diagnosed with cancer. Rhoades was told he would have between six months and a year left with his dad. He went home, and really got to know his father.
"I found out more about his biography in the last six months of his life than in the previous 26 years," Rhoades said.
With the loss of another family member after his father passed away, Rhoades realized the therapeutic value in having your story heard.