“It’s about finding someone to share your sacred space with, to have someone in your life where it’s you against the world.” Take a step inside her condo and you see what Brashier (pronounced “brah-SHAY”) means when she says stuff like “sacred space.” It’s cluttered yet cozy, filled with warm, dark colors and antique-looking picture frames and vintage furnishings, including an auburn lamp with black feathers. Brashier’s relentless optimism and spunk served her when during the darkest time of her life, beginning in 1998 when she was diagnosed with Stage 4 cervical cancer at age 37.She underwent a brutal combination of chemotherapy and radiation that left her so tired she couldn’t walk or speak. The exes were great, came over to help, but luckily, her mother came to live with her to take care of her day to day.
The challenges, ambivalences, and emotional turbulence encountered in the quest for establishing and maintaining intimate relationships are the group’s central focus.
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I got home that Wednesday night and signed up for every online dating website that I could find and created profiles for each to see what kind of response I would get.
I signed up for Plenty of Fish, Ok Cupid, Match, Tinder and e Harmony and my immediate influx of emails was overwhelming!