“All there is now is my love for him and for him to be happy.”
This is Veronica, describing losing her marriage.
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“…suddenly being able to make my own decisions and being able to own them for myself was a very interesting, but also kind of terrifying place to be.”
This is Dan, describing losing his faith.
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“…every once in awhile it breaks free and there is nothing you can do but ride it out and hope to god that you make it out on the other side.”
This is Rachel, describing losing her sanity.
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“I was reading three or four books at a time, just so that every minute of every day that I was awake was filled with anything other than her.”
This is Morgan, describing losing a relationship.
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“I was facing every single meal as a life and death decision.”
This is Andy, describing losing 100 pounds of weight.
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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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“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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