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God's Little Breadcrumbs
An AA tells about the things he lost and found along the way
I was raised in a single parent household. My parents divorced and my dad got custody of my 11-month-old sister and me when I was three years old. This was almost unheard of back then. I've never was told why they divorced. However, I suspect it was due to my mother having undiagnosed depression. This was still quite a mystery to even doctors back then.
I was raised in the Catholic faith and religion. I attended a very prominent parochial school and church in the mid-San Fernando Valley, in Encino, Calif. Around the time I was in the fifth grade, my dad met and married a new...
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