Think You can’t become Homeless?

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I thought the same thing also.

Then I spent the next two years living under a bridge. This was after spending a year in Iraq in the military.

Could you survive being homeless?

What a question to ask someone.

But the reality is, anyone can become homeless in today’s society. Even I was homeless after I returned from my deployment…

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