schwol4 karma2019-10-15 14:52:27 UTC
The homeless "cycle", if that's the right term, seems almost hopeless. Like, once one falls into homelessness, it seems terribly difficult to get out of it. Do you think your young age benefited you in terms of finding the will and drive to break the cycle? What's one negative and one positive trait your homeless period has left you with? For instance, I would imagine it difficult to fully trust others, as you might have always had to "watch your back" and look after yourself when on the street.
Is there a biggest issue that our social programs can address when it comes to homelessness? Is it drugs, mental illness, both or something else?
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