TRYING NOT TO JUDGE EACH OTHER’S EXPERIENCES

When I was in 10th grade, my best friend’s father passed away of a brain tumor. It wasn’t pretty, either. This super strong, funny and confident man, always healthy, basically was reduced to a shell of himself weeks after his diagnosis. It was one of the most brutally rapid declines of a human being I can still to this day ever imagine witnessing.

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