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"I said, 'I'm never taking a walk again.' And you said, 'Well, that's okay. But just for now, let's take a walk.'"
LC:My name is Lisa Cohen and I’m 35 years old. I’m sitting in Grand Central Station with my mother and I’m gonna ask her to introduce herself.
DC:My name is Doris Cohen I’m 62 years old and here I am with my daughter Lisa.
LC: You’ve had two very challenging events in your life. 13 years ago today you lost your husband and nearly 3 years ago you were diagnosed with breast cancer. Can you say something about how you handled those?
DC: I’m amazed that its not right at the front of my mind every minute that this was the day that Dickey died. His loss was very hard to accept because of the way he died. He took his own life. It made us feel that maybe he didn’t love us as much as we loved him. But I’ve come to understand that people who kill themselves always think that their loved ones will be better off without them. And I’m sure that’s how he felt because he loved us so much. How did I...
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