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The Difficult Journey of a (Formerly) Single Black Father

Or, how ten years of solo child-rearing made my beard gray

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I thought I did everything right. I finished college, got married, and had two wonderful sons. Then it all changed. Thanks to my wife’s genetic disease, I was left to raise two small boys on my own.

The Tragedy

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