David


Eight years ago David was buying a two-story house. It took six months for his life to fall apart. David is now homeless in Boston. David has slept outside in a tent for four years […]

David

Eight years ago David was buying a two-story house. It took six months for his life to fall apart. David is now homeless in Boston.

David has slept outside in a tent for four years even in the winter that covered Boston with eight feet of snow.

David panhandles to survive. He says you do what you have to do. David is on a housing waiting list, but so far nothing has happened!

David says people should treat homeless people on an individual basis. He doesn’t drink or use drugs, but people wrongly believe every homeless person does.

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  • DHFabian

    The hardest point to get across to the general public is that the homeless didn’t fall here from outer space. They are overwhelmingly ordinary people who were living ordinary lives, only to have the floor pulled out from under them.

  • Embarrassed&Afraid

    I’m a 54 year old woman who up until now lived a relatively comfortable life. However, due to extenuating circumstances beyond my control, I have lost everything and am now homeless. I cannot tell you how completely demoralizing I feel. I’ve reached out to family and friends who have rejected me. At this juncture in my life I have no idea how I am going to recover. I feel utter hopelessness and am on the verge of giving up.

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