Portraits of a broken heart

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An intimate examination of heartbreak in all of its forms, Tayler Owen speaks to three individuals all dealing with their own heartbreaks.

Diving into grief, loss and betrayal, we explore what heartbreak actually feels like and question if it’s really possible to overcome it.

Whatever you are going through right now, this piece will prove that you’re never as alone as you might feel. Portraits of a broken heart is a vulnerable look into the resilience it takes to confront and navigate suffering.

A special thanks to Barry, Rella and Rick for being courageous interviewees.

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