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This Is What Heartbreak Looks Like on a Fitbit

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Reactions and Support

fitbit reactions

Source: Twitter @iamkoby/ @DorinManoli

Koby decided to share his Fitbit reading via Twitter, and before long, the reactions came pouring in from followers and people who wanted to interview him. Most people sent consoling tweets and related to Soto’s loss, while others were fascinated with the documented proof that heartbreak is a real, trackable phenomenon.

But what was Koby’s final reaction?

“Thx for all the support”

fitbit embarrassed

Source: Twitter @iamkoby

Even through what’s sure to be one of the harder things he’ll have to endure, Koby shared his grief with the Twitterverse to help us all realize something bigger: heartbreak, pain, and loss are real things, with physical tolls on our bodies.

The next time a friend comes to you in a time of need, perhaps after a fight, a breakup, or even a crush that didn’t work out, remember that what they’re going through is real and visceral. As Soto explained, “People become less cynical once you show them the numbers or once you show the data or graphs. Everyone understands heartbreak, right? Everyone’s felt it. When you have this, it’s interesting — you have something to show.”

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