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ZOX are more than just a wristband

They're a positive daily reminder. They're a way to carry a piece of your personal story on your wrist for the world to see. Every ZOX has a unique meaning to its wearer, and we want you to share those stories with us and the ZOX Community. 

If you have a story to share that you believe will help, inspire, or strengthen others, please click the link at the bottom of this page to submit your story.

When I first started collecting Zox Straps, I saw this You are enough, and my husband agreed this one was so me. See, in 2008, I was diagnosed with severe heart failure, my heart was in bad shape, and I was so scared of dying. I was battling to try to have my life as normal as I could live with the heart failure, and then I was hit with Lupus too.
One of my favorite Zox straps is Continue. I'm a paramedic, and I have come in contact with many people who have been impacted, or have attempted, or have succeeded in suicide. I lost my brother to mental illness and suicide, and I know so many friends, family, and coworkers whose lives have been impacted by it. 
I discovered Zox when my marriage was going down hill fast. The little straps gave me something else to think about and collect, then things got really really bad and I shut everyone down and out and even gave up Zox. Cut to a few months down the road and I found it inside myself to get up and ask for a divorce, which for some, may be sad but for me was a new start I so badly needed. I was completely shut off from everyone...that’s when I decided to look up Zox again.
I have a friend that I work with that is an avid bicyclist, road and mountain. And she LOVES everything to with bikes. I was ordering myself a strap and saw this and bought it for her. She was recently is a biking accident and so was her fiancee, at the time, and some friends of theirs. I know she loves bicycle things and when I got it and gave it to her I told her how much she means to me as a friend and to be careful.

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