The Breadwinner

I felt ashamed of being a huge, dumb asshole.

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By Aaron Gouveia

I’ve never been a breadwinner.

My wife and I have been married five years, together for seven. I’ve worked as a journalist nearly all of that time, and if you haven’t heard — journalists make peanuts. Seriously. Mid-level suburban high school babysitters make more than members of the Fourth…




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