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BREAKING THE CYCLE

January 14, 2012

 

My brother Walter and I have been proud of ourselves for these many years that we weren’t our brother.  Walter never fell into the pit of addiction out of shear will.  I did fall but got out at age 40.  I thought myself different than Ted, who was addicted to crack not alcohol and hadn’t put a career or family together like I had before he quit (knock on wood) at age 50.  Well call me stupid.  I actually believed that we could make a difference that we could by example keep these kids from going down this road. 

Well we can’t.  Now I still believe we might make a slight difference but it’s still their road

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