It’s a story that will surely end in tears.
The story of how a team of writers, editors and sports analysts went to the brink to put their own lives in danger and to help the people who have suffered in the aftermath of an athlete’s death.
It began in July 2016 when the writer of the site InsidePodcasts, David M. Martin, received a call from a woman he was chatting with on a call-in show.
Martin was a former athlete who worked at ESPN.
He had just recently left the show to pursue a new career.
She was distraught.
She told Martin that she was a writer for a sports website and wanted him to know how important it was for her to talk to him and tell him her story.
Martin, who is black, had not heard of the website InsidePods.
He was stunned.
“I never thought this would happen,” Martin said.
“I thought, ‘This is the worst nightmare.'”
What he found was a woman who was a longtime fan of the Atlanta Braves.
She told Martin about a story about her mother, who was paralyzed after being struck by a drunk driver while walking her dog in Georgia.
Martin decided to reach out to her and was shocked to find that he had already been a fan for many years.
She wrote back, “You are the first person I ever saw who cared about what I was going through.
I never thought I would ever meet anyone like you.”
Martin thought, “How could I do this to someone who I have been following for years?”
But Martin’s call to the woman was more than just a call to action.
He was also asking for her help.
She had already written about her own struggles, which she described in a series of blog posts and a book, and she wanted to share her own story.
Martin called the woman a “friend,” and asked her to send him the details of her daughter’s funeral, which was being held in Atlanta.
Martin knew he would be a good match.
What started out as a simple call to help a friend, eventually evolved into a conversation with a former teammate who was dealing with similar grief.
He told Martin how he was in a similar situation.
The relationship between Martin and the woman he had called “Mam” quickly blossomed.
It took a while for her support to materialize, but in the end, Martin was able to connect with her through the podcast.
She took the time to share the pain she had suffered as a result of her husband’s death, but she also shared the struggles she had faced since she became a fan of a sports team.
She shared stories of depression, loneliness and self-doubt.
She shared the stories of people who had lost loved ones to suicide and mental illness.
She talked about her sister, who had committed suicide and died of an overdose of painkillers.
She talked about how she and her family were told that their father was a drug addict and would never be a “normal person” again.
She also shared her own life story of growing up in poverty in New York City, her mother’s illness, and how her father took her out of the state of New Jersey for treatment, but eventually turned her back on her.
In the podcast, Martin talked about the pain of having to leave the family home to go to work, and the frustration he felt because he was the only African-American who lived in the same area as his sister.
Martin said he didn’t think of the podcast as a documentary, but it became a tool to help others dealing with the same issues.
He wrote a book about the journey, called “The Lost Generation.”
He told InsidePod’s hosts that he and his family felt that the podcast was about his daughter and her story and that he wanted to help those who are struggling.
He even offered to help cover her expenses.
When InsidePOD’s listeners began asking about the podcast and how they could support it, the response was overwhelming.
They reached out to a group of people including former NFL players, athletes and people who loved sports.
Martin had an idea.
He decided to create a website to make sure fans knew about the podcasts that had been made and that they were being made by people who cared.
The site, which launched in April, already had more than 20,000 downloads and has had more hits than any other sports podcast on the internet.
InsidePods has more than 30,000 subscribers.
They also have a loyal following of fans who follow the show on social media and in person.
The website was launched with the help of a $50,000 grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Foundation, which supports research and education.
InsidePodders goal is to make it accessible to people who can’t afford a full podcast subscription, but can afford to donate to the cause.
It is also an attempt to get the word out about the work that is being done to help