“I had ‘friends’ but… as soon as we got to school they were calling me names, they were throwing rocks.”
This is Rob, describing losing his faith in the goodness of people.
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“In that moment, all of the childlike wonder of magical things completely flew out the window.”
This is Cassandra, describing losing Christmas.
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“I’m under water and I’ve been under water way to long”
This is Mark, describing almost losing his life.
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“One day you wake up and you say ‘Where did 20 years go?'”
This is David, describing losing time.
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“It is either a mugger who is going to kill me or ‘What if it is all romantic?'”
This is Amanda, describing a lost chance. At romance. In Paris.
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“I made scarves after my dad died for my mom, my brother, and me”
This is Anna, describing her scarf, which she made after her dad died, and how she lost it
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“Hurt, betrayed, angry, confused… I’m not sure when I stopped feeling that, it took me some years to get over it.”
This is Bill, describing his cat, Prince, who was killed.
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“He was my little man from the day he was born to the day he died.”
This is Vennie describing her son, Orion, who drowned.
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“I held her and that was it. Something was gone.”
This is Spencer describing losing his niece, who was stillborn.
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