For Philip Schentrup, whose daughter Carmen was among the students killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., each day brings the same, sharp pain. The same search for answers that don't come.
"To be honest, it's the same day I live over and over," he says. "Since February 14, this is every day. Every day of trying to hold yourself together."
"You search for normalcy, a 'new normal,'" he says, then pauses.
"I say those words. I don't really know what they mean yet."
It's been one month since the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas.