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About sharinglifestories

Anybody who knows me knows that I love talking to people and sharing life stories. I think we all have so much we can learn from each other. We may have lived unique experiences, struggled through different obstacles - but we all experience the same emotions. I'm a strong believer that you should never judge a book by its cover, for you never know the person that lies behind the mask nor the experiences that have made them who they are today. And when you find out, more often than not, you cannot help but gasp. A lot of times you are surprised to discover that you, too, can relate to their journey and see a part of yourself in them - whether it's through their fears or aspirations. This was, in part, my inspiration for starting Sharing Life Stories, One Person At A Time. In the end, we are all on this voyage together. Cemented in time - writing is like a delicate gem that can provide a better understanding of others, get people talking and unite many for generations to come. And that, to me, is the beauty of it all.

Rica’s Story: Champion Against Cancer

TAMPA, Florida/ WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia- Your mid-twenties is regarded as a time of celebration, a time when you’re in your prime and starting to fulfill your destiny one might say. Rica Hudson would say no differently. A few months ago, life … Continue reading

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Nick’s Story: Epitome of Inspiration

LOS ANGELES, California – Take a moment. Close your eyes. Stop and imagine this. What if you were born without any arms or legs? You are physically unable to reach out and touch somebody. It is physically impossible for you … Continue reading

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Mark’s Story: An Act Of Faith

LOS ANGELES, California – Switching career choices isn’t ideally what one hopes for, but sometimes when you’re dead-on passionate about a vision in mind, you have to simply listen to your heart and take that leap of faith. For Mark … Continue reading

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Brandon’s Story: Love Just Is

HOUSTON, Texas – Raising a child together and creating a family is what many married couples’ long for. But for some, it’s not easily attainable and the opportunity isn’t always within reach. Especially when you’re a gay couple living in … Continue reading

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Kemy’s Story: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

  MIAMI, Florida – The Bible says do onto others as you’d want them to do onto you. But taking religion aside, it’s a pretty common principle. What if treating others with respect, love and kindness became your everyday motto? … Continue reading

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Audrey’s Story: No Permissions, No Apologies

MIAMI, Florida – Being certain of your sexuality and comfortable in your own skin isn’t always as easy as waking up and starting your day. Especially when the pressure mounts, and you feel like you have to follow a well-defined … Continue reading

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Meredith’s Story: Running Towards A Clear View

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – They say a bad habit is a hard habit to break. Stress often becomes that little, dangerous trigger that makes us turn to such habits, and before you know it, you have no idea how to stop. … Continue reading

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