John Borgstedt needed someone to talk to, so he drew a picture of his paternal grandma on the wall of his cell. In his mind, she was the only one in his family that had shown him love and affection. At first, John felt silly talking to the picture he had drawn on the wall, but once he started, it felt pretty good. Eventually, he got up the courage to ask the question for which he longed to know the answer.” Excerpt from Chapter 22 Aftermath. The true story of John Borgstedt and his journey from being thrown away to championing the broken.

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