"The worst part is when people say, 'I'm like you,' or 'I feel like you.' It's like, no. No. No. No. You didn't have to tell your kids that their mom is dying. You didn't have to tell your kids that their mom is dead. You didn't have to do that. So you're not like me. That's not just one moment that comes and goes away, like, 'Oh, that moment happened and it's gone.' No. That moment—I live that moment 24 hours a day, every day."