Mark Gerardot says he's still working on forgiving himself after wife's murder-suicide

In 2018, Gerardot's wife Jennair shot and killed his girlfriend Meredith Chapman before turning the gun on herself. He reflects on what he could’ve done differently.
0:41 | 09/04/19

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Transcript for Mark Gerardot says he's still working on forgiving himself after wife's murder-suicide
You don't find me you don't find the edge acting you don't the do you like. You're miserable. She liked your fired she needs you your home. You're excited it's all friends. Getting into each other and it aren't in the wrong. But do you think you couldn't stop it could suffer relationship I could have handled it completely differently I'm broke her heart. My regret comes back to making her feel like she had no other choice have you forgiven yourself. So working on that. Still working on that.

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