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This started as an experiment, suggested by a friend over dinner and drinks.

Actually, this started as a contemplation following a string of unfortunate relationships and the emotional aftermath. Some of those weren’t really relationships but more akin to collisions, and I emerged with both the scars and the relief of a survivor. As I looked back, I thought, “We are all somewhat damaged. But ‘his’ brand of damaged I don’t want.”

And the concept of One’s Brand of Damaged was born.