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Welcome to Share My Story Ed!

All the stories shared on this blog are real life stories. This blog is created for you and by you. How so? Let me explain but before let me tell you how it all started.

This blog was intended to sell my book, Until I Met You from the heart, which you can still purchase here. I wrote this short romance story after I got laid off due to Covid19, then I was learning how to promote it. In the process of learning marketing, I came across an article talking about starting a blog to promote the book and to do book reviews.

I started the blog, set it up and I was looking into books to review. During this time of looking around, I started having this memory about my broken heart experience and remembered how my experience helped some of my friends.

And then I had this crazy idea, instead of doing book reviews I can share stories from people to help other people that go through the same situations. What do you think about this idea? Do you think it is crazy? 

This is the part where you come in, like I said before, this blog is made for you and by you. Now I'm going to tell you exactly how this can work in both ways. 

For you

If you are going through a tough situation and you don't know what to do, you are not alone. There is a lot of people that are going through the same thing as you, maybe not the exact situation but similar to yours.

For example, when I found out that my partner was cheating on me, I felt horrible and I felt alone. I honestly didn't think people out there were facing the same thing. One of my friends went through the same thing and he helped me overcome my situation.

After I got over it, some friends came up to me asking about my marriage and it turned out they were going through the same thing, so I told them how I dealt with it and helped them push forward.

And this is how this blog is for you. You will find some stories over here that might be the exact situation or similar like yours. So I invite you to read some of these stories to help you out.

Maybe you don't like reading, so what do you do now? Don't worry, I have thought about it too. I have created a podcast if you like to listen to podcasts and also, I have a YouTube channel if you like watching videos.

I will talk more about each of these platforms next.


The Blog is made for people who likes to read. You can subscribe to this blog so you can get new stories via email and never miss a story. You can also follow this blog and show your connections that you follow this blog and that you recommend it. You are able to leave comments on each story, let me and others know what your thoughts are, and connect with other readers. You can share any of the stories on your social media and help some of your friends. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, suggestions or if you have any feedback, I will appreciate it in advance. Any comment will help improve this blog.


After making the blog and sharing some stories, I found out some people are more into audio; audiobooks, radio, and podcasts. Maybe you are so busy during the day that you don't have time to actually sit down and read.

You can find these stories available on anchor, which is the platform I use to create the podcast. Spotify, which a lot of people use this platform. If you have an iPhone, you can find them on iTunes. Also available on other platforms like Google Podcast, PocketCasts, Breaker, OverCast and Radio Public.


If you are more into YouTube videos, I have made a YouTube channel available to you also. Recording myself to tell you the stories is hard and out of my comfort zone. But I'm doing it just for you. Any feedback to make videos more enjoyable are welcome.


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