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The Dad Vault

“Don’t have kids, dude…”

An encounter with an old friend

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About three years into my marriage I ran into a college friend at a conference.

He looked tired, worn out, and dejected.

My friend had been married a year so more than me, and had a couple kids. We chatted about life since we last saw each other. He wasn’t doing well, and told me as such.

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Adam Hillis

Adam Hillis

I help family men connect and commit so your wife won’t leave you and your kids don’t hate you. https://sleekbio.com/adam

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