What I Told My Daughter When She Asked Why I Lost My Job: on Cheating, Mental Illness, and How Much…
Hugo Schwyzer

As someone on the receiving end of mental illness and infidelity, I identify with the seemingly endless pain, the irrationality of the actions, and the myriad of explanations to my daughter from a young age to where she is now 18 going on 32. I was captivated by your candor and understand the importance of honesty to a young mind.

Unfortunately, the wife muddied the waters with half-truths, justifications, and denial.

But I’m still there for her and my family and that’s the most important aspect, to be that port in a never ending storm.

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