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A man whose now-wife completely lost her memory during childbirth has written a book to help her remember their love story.
Steve and Camre Curto had a normal relationship full of memories together. Until one day, without warning, those memories were taken away.
“Memories are everything to us and most people take them for granted,” Steve, now 38, told Good Morning America. “I know I did. That’s one reason I’m sharing the story.”
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RT @wetrustsoap: remember the blue flame sign? the word "blue flame" is written upside-down, right? maybe book ver is the opposite of story…
We were talking about the book 'Love Story' in our book club recently. The film is good too and do remember the In… https://t.co/i1B8eGpi4u
@Anne_JungJungie I love shukita so much, but it's always because I love Yusuke's character and story first. I just… https://t.co/237nKSMnHY
@clapifyoulikeme I remember reading that book with my Mom. Love the movie, too! Lots of great childhood memories around that story for me.
RT @p5cezaria: I'm going to post this again for people who haven't seen it. My first Shuake book published in Feb 2017 that deals with the…