“When something like this happens to your friends, you hope that the wonderful, caring people you see, you laugh with, you tease, are the ones that others can see and appreciate as well,” says Anne Gordon, part of the Jeffrey and Marsha camp. “You hope that people can see past the headlines to the real people, the ones who love their families, struggle with their families, love them again, and get frustrated with them all over again. And when the time finally comes to say ‘Enough!’ to that same family, that we can all watch and say, ‘I think I understand.’”
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