Christopher B., it's actually quite common for homeless people to avoid
contact with family members; many times due to shame, addiction,or both.
It's difficult to keep in contact with those who try to avoid it, so
I'm sure this presented an opportunity for this man's family to reach
out to him, or for him to reach out to them. Probably has nothing to do with the
I can relate to the person that lost her ring. I had took off my wedding ring at
work, sat it down on the sink to wash my hands and spaced it out. till I was
almost home. I went back to find the place all lucked up. I was sick, I worried
all night, called myself all the bad words there is all night because I
couldn't sleep. The first thing I did was get to the sink. The ring was
there. I was grateful to every one who worked with me, and no one knew what
changed my attitude. I worked with a good people and I realized it.
The strangest part is about him reconnecting with this family.Its
quite clear they hadn't truly been searching for each other all these
years, especially since his family lived in the same area where they had always
lived. Now that he has $200k the get back together?