Dwyane Wade on a Messy Divorce's Aftermath
When I was young, I thought, “I want to do everything different.” I wanted to be the one to break what my sister calls “the generational curse of my family.” And I was able to do that when it comes to the financial side. But I wanted to do everything else different, too. In the end, I followed in my parents’ footsteps: I got married on the same day my mom and dad got married, and divorced when my sons were the same age my sister and I were when our parents divorced.
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