I'm Sorry

I'm Sorry

I Wish I Never Had to Say

by Mark D. Hadley

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When “I’m sorry” isn’t good enough...

Brad Jr. is learning how to be heterosexual and get rid of his Father’s homophobia! What if you woke up and the world was homosexual only, and you felt heterosexual? What if you woke up one day to find out your newest friend was murdered and you may know who did it? What if you had to make decisions that would, on one hand, open your heart and, on the other hand, cause you to regret the day you were born? Often we take for granted that just saying “I’m Sorry,” will make everything OK. Just think about all the times you had to say “Sorry.” But, if you would have just taken a minute before you did what you did, you would not be saying “I’m Sorry.”

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Paperback
Format: 5 x 8 Black & White Paperback, 152 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Dec 21, 2011)
ISBN10: 1432784803
ISBN13: 9781432784805
Genre: FICTION / General

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Mark D. HadleyI know how it feels to be judged by the way I look. I am missing both middle fingers from birth. I never understood, as a young boy, why people treated me so different just because I was missing my middle fingers. It was like I had a disease that others would catch. The only reason I knew I was different was because that is what people told me. I have had people hit, spit and call me all sorts of mean names just because they were afraid of what they did not know. I always knew that I am no different from any of you ten-finger people. We are all human. “Sorry” never helped me
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