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  • Climbing out of the pit
    Climbing out of the pit

    As a child, the youngest memories I have are sad. When I was seven years old, I went to live with my father so that I could go to a better school. But it wasn’t all good news. My stepmother mistreated me. She dealt with me differently, compared to my brother, her biological son. She…

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  • I found the love of my life!
    I found the love of my life!

    After a failed engagement, I saw marriage as nothing more than a fairytale. Women became nothing more than objects and my growing hatred towards them slowly turned me into a man I no longer recognised. I turned to drinking and violently beat up an ex-girlfriend. Becoming this way, I knew it was time to return…

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  • Now I sleep like a baby
    Now I sleep like a baby

    I would wake up with bruises on my arms that were not there before going to bed.I didn’t know how I could free myself from those unseen powers that harassed and tormented me. I could feel them, hear them and see them; my life was like a scene from a horror movie! I became a…

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  • Menace to society turns Olympic torchbearer
    Menace to society turns Olympic torchbearer

    On Monday 23rd July, in the borough of Sutton, onlookers watched from the sides as the Olympic torch passed by them. It was a significant and proud moment, and so they cheered, clapped their hands and documented the occasion with pictures. But what makes this particular torch journey momentous for the FIA Team (Faith in…

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