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Second Person, Possessive

After his affair with a man ended, William Henderson came out to his wife of 12 years, tried twice to kill himself, and ended up at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton, Massachusetts. While piecing back together his life, and redeveloping a friendship with his wife, he began learning how to be a single parent to his two-year-old son who didn’t understand why his parents no longer lived together, and figuring out why he was willing to throw everything away for an emotionally abusive man unapologetically addicted to drugs. Second Person, Possessive offers an intimate look at relationships, proving that families do not break—they simply untangle and rearrange.

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