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The Most Optimistic Guy In The World

It was in my sophomore year in college. My team’s first game I tore the cartilage in my left knee. I would be hors de combat for most of the season.

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I thought my world was ending…

Because I was on scholarship, I was expected to attend every meeting, every practice and rehab. It…




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Brian Dickens Barrabee

Brian Dickens Barrabee

Involved in life and writes stories about the experience, Consistently Medium Top Writer: Sports, Humor, Parenting. His book: Confessions of a Real Estate Man.

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