A survivor of the San Bernardino massacre told NBC News that she spends little time thinking about the co-worker who shot her and massacred her colleagues.
"I don't really think about him ... I just don't try to think about him," said Jennifer Stevens of Syed Farook, who, with his wife Tashfeen Malik, gunned down county employees at a social services facility on Dec. 2.
Stevens, who had been shot straight through her abdomen and in her arm, said she is grieving for "people I worked with, people I was very familiar with, I talked with every day ... They're not there anymore or, you know, they're not doing as well and it just breaks my heart."
Farook was one such person that Stevens was used to seeing at work, but she said the 28-year-old was "very quiet" and "wouldn't really make eye contact."