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Dawn Maestas has removed tattoos from women who have been branded as a result of domestic violence. She recorded an interview with one of her clients, who wanted to remain anonymous. StoryCorps hide caption

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Tattoo Removal Artist Helps Clients With Emotional Scars

Dawn Maestas helps women who have been branded with tattoos as a result of domestic violence.

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Tim with his father, Keith, and brother Dan (right) at Tim's Place. Dan is the restaurant's operations manager. Courtesy of Tim Harris hide caption

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Luke and Mark Radlinski reunite at the airport after Mark's deployment in 2007. Courtesy of Luke Radlinski hide caption

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Shaun Kaufman and Colleen Collins experienced a rough patch when they became private investigators, but the work ultimately helped strengthen their relationship. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Real-Life Nick And Nora Charles, Hot On Love's Trail

For one couple, tailing cheating spouses was the best thing that happened to their relationship.

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Rowena Gore-Simmons and her daughter, Kenya, now 16, at StoryCorps in Baltimore. StoryCorps hide caption

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Bryan Wilmoth (right) reunited with his brother Michael years after their parents kicked Bryan out for being gay. All six of their siblings either ran away or were kicked out of their family's home over the years. StoryCorps hide caption

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Lance Pilgrim with his parents, Randy and Judy, at the pre-deployment ceremony at Fort Sill, Okla., in January 2003. Courtesy of Judy Pilgrim hide caption

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Diane Tells His Name, 61, grew up unaware of her Native American identity. When she discovered the truth in her late 30s, she adopted a child from her Lakota tribe, Bonnie Buchanan. StoryCorps hide caption

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