Transcript for Missing Flight MH370 Passenger's Girlfriend: 'Ambiguity Is Painful'
Sarah tell me it's been a twelve it is what has this experience been like for you. It's been agonizing and exhausting. And -- we go through these phases of first you know first. Everything is lost -- you're just waiting to begin the grieving cycle. And then lightbulbs start to go off that this isn't an ordinary situation and so we had -- kind of -- in for a little longer. On process and so. Then it was a matter rallying forces and and a friends and family -- gathering together and that made it easier and and life is kind of returns back to normal. -- -- -- And I think you know and I'm cautiously pessimistic about this site I don't want it to be parts of the plane because. I've been holding out. The passengers still alive I believe that Phillip is still alive and if that is parts of the -- -- that kind dashes that hope. So we knew I heard today is some objects -- Be part of the plane what was your reaction. I hope it's not. You keep them. I will well. My heart is in my -- -- -- it it it is pretty well stayed there the whole date today. But the reality is I mean I'm prepared right I'm prepared to find him. And I'm prepared. To find that he's not with us anymore. And I'm a little less prepared to not know I think the risk of not knowing what frightens me the most. You see here hoping for the best bracing for the worst but it's -- not knowing that you want to and -- acuity is painful. And it's painful thing to go through it and he you know at least if you can starter grieving cycle you can begin. Did that -- -- and -- -- -- very very long time that you can at least begin.
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