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After months of isolation and loneliness in Canada Eros found connection in the wrong place, with the wrong crowd, leading to drug use and disillusionment. Eventually he pulled together resources from the internet, curating his own drug cessation guide. With Emotions Library, Eros can create and share his playlist of resources with other youth.
“I was in a dark place, then I looked up on the internet how to fix yourself, how to be a better person.”
Mario imagined a beautiful reunion with his wife and son in Canada, but was met at the airport with a divorce request. His status loss continued: he couldn’t find work, he was diagnosed with cancer, and he lost regular access to his son. Using Emotions Library, Mario downloads a deck of cards for talking to his son, and listens to other dads share their ways of reconnecting.
“I can’t believe this is my life right now.”
19-year-old Noor physically resides in Canada, but mentally lives back home with the fiance she had to leave behind. Through Emotions Library, Noor sees stories of people like her, experiencing a dual life, and listens to their strategies for processing loneliness and guilt.
“She’s in bed all day, distraught over the separation with her fiance.”
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