About Me: Female, 53, Bellevue, WA, member since Oct 2012
I'm a survivor of so much! Of foster care, giving my first born child up for adoption, being homeless the first summer out of foster care. Living with a man who got me pregnant twice and took off on me when I was about to have our second child. I was 21 at the time. The
[More]n I met a man who married me and we had a boy before I figured out that he was an alcoholic. I then met a man who was simply handsome and he captured my heart. I left my husband and eventually married this second man. He too showed himself to be an alcoholic. I found my own father when I was thirty and went on a road trip with my children to see him. I had to leave my handsome cowboy of a husband when we returned because he was drinking again. I went back home with my children and a few years later I was diagnosed with brain cancer. I am a survivor of even more than what I have written here
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